When you listen to this audio, you'll find that you aren't just listening. No, you are being remade, reoriented, restored from the frustration of what you may have known as stale religion. Captured not by a concept, but by your Creator, reborn in relationship. Here's the Experiencing God that has already impacted millions of people. Only it's bigger, and better, and ready to lead you again - or for the very first time - into an experience with God. Carefully listening to His voice will anchor you in His plan, and set you free to live it with boldness and freedom. After a thorough revision, this landmark volume returns with seven new chapters, as well as dozens of true stories from people who, through this book, have experienced God.
©2008 Henry Blackaby (P)2009 Oasis
a Book that will make you think the next time you are going to Pray about something. It will make you take the blinders off and look around. it wii make you think more about others and stop thinking about yourself.
Mother, Wife and Loving God!
This book opened up so many thoughts and made me aware of all the places were God was at work that I missed because of being too busy. I started to take the time to look at things with NEW EYES and a NEW MIND-SET!!
They all were great!
He made thiings come to life!
The thought questions were so on point they made you really ask youself the tough questions about were you are in Christ and what you intend to do about were you are..
Yes. I have enjoyed the author's work for years. He has a wonderful insight into the will of God. I was disappointed in the introduction, long and sounded like a resume, but the meat of the book was awesome.
Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life. Like this one, it strives to give a person insight into their personal walk.
monotone at times
it inspired me
This is the type of book what people really exploring their faith and want to truly experience God. I learned much from this book I hope to apply to my life
The parts I liked the best dealt with the importance of learning the names of God and how we come to a "crisis of belief" when we have to decide between believing God or what we see. Those are the parts of this book that I will remember.
Probably not. I won't give a definite no because they presented some wonderful Christian concepts, but I expected more about prayer and encouragement.
No, I haven't, but I would listen to him again because he rendered a beautiful performance.
This is not the sort of book a movie could be made from, but I might go see it if the attempt were made - more out of curiosity than anything because I just can't fathom "Experiencing God - The Movie!"
I found some parts of this rather depressing, and I didn't finish the book with a great deal of encouragement, which is what I look for in Christian literature. I would have liked to have heard more on prayer and encouraging others. I thought it was somewhat "preachy" at times, but some of the concepts presented were very valuable and will stay wtih me.
I would say that it was worth my time, but I didn't particularly enjoy that time, and I don't think I'd read this book again.
It is my first audio book to listen to so far. I onestly don't care for the way the narrator reads the material (just personal preference), but the book is so goo that I soon forgot about him altogether.
N/A This book is nonfiction, so I guess I'd have to go with the author. Which in this case is a viable answer. He speaks straight from the Bible to the people that have questions for him in the various examples that he gives throughout his book.
No. It is way to deep and full of things that need to be mulled over to be fully absorbed.
Claudio M. Perez
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