Experiencing God has ratings and reviews. “Experiencing God” by Henry Blackaby and Claude King (and now also Richard Blackaby) seems to be . Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Revised and Expanded ( ) by Henry T. Blackaby, Richard Blackaby, Claude King. For more than 15 years, God has used Experiencing God in His work, Doing the Will of God, Member Book, Updated () by Henry T. Blackaby, .

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What enables us to hear? All the good the Savior gave to the world experieencing communicated through this book. I’ve bought the day-by-day devotional book, it was so helpful, as I’d like to be reminded every day of this book.

Was blessed with a experiencint job, and gained prosperity in Spiritual things of God. Jul 15, Crystal rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This is what he means by “God’s will” and by God “speaking.

I don’t think that shaming a pastor in front of his congregation by telling him that he’s hiding God’s work is appropriate.

Philip is directed to the Ethiopian eunuch by the Spirit 8: I disagree that taking a teaching position is “the experiencjng way” instead of “God’s way”. Experiencing God involves only three steps.

When my wife speaks, there is propositional content. But Blackaby means obey the assignment. Does the Bible teach we should get our private marching orders, our “assignments,” directly from God? When she hugs, there is comfort. Each is vital to our understanding and seriously qualifies the meaning of the passage, as this more complete citation of John 5: The word “therefore” in verse 19 indicates that what follows is meant to buttress this singular claim in verse There were two things that I did dislike about the book though.

Coming away from it, I can honestly say that I feel like I have a deeper relationship with God and not only that, but I have gained a whole new perspective on Him as my Lord and Sovereign King. Furthermore, I got the impression that Blackaby unequivocally believes that he indeed knew and consistently knows the will of God.


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Not that it isn’t good to have testimonials, but the gox of such examples, with few examples that don’t involve the book or Blackaby himself, started to rub me the wrong way.

If the Lord called you home this very second, could you stand before Him and truly say, “I love You with all my heart? Regardless of the chaos, the price, the difficulty, and the hardship it brings, we must follow our assignment, our personal, private revelation from God. Also, he is inconsistent in his teachings. Blackaby covers all the different ways we can experience God and how important it is to pay attention to each of these.

I believe more baptist laymen and ministers expriencing to read and learn from this book! The Assignment The concept experienving divine “assignment” is central to everything Blackaby has written. However, in the Bible such eexperiencing are rare and generally happen with key leaders of God’s people. You come to know God by experience as you obey Him and He accomplishes His work through you.

Experiehcing you don’t, you are useless. Words cannot describe how this workbook and the 12 week Bible study have impacted my life, and the lives of the people I studied it with.

The point of the book is to find ways to experience God. The Bible answers “no. No subsequent writers Peter, John, Paul, Luke ever mention it.

Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Workbook

I will do this again. Each of the units ends with some notes and plenty of questions that come from a dvd that I did not have, which was a bit irksome.

Now the second question: It seeks to answer the question, ‘What is the will of God, and how do I do it? While God does often give us areas of progressive responsibility, we are not always the best at determining which are the actual areas of greater responsibility.


They held to a monistic view believing that there is no separation between Creator and Creature but being protected by Buddhist, Hindu, and Shinto gods regarded as spiritual forces. Well the Lord had other plans for me my neighbors were Christians and they had a friend that played guitar it was the guitar that attracted me to church.

God is always at work around you. They hear His voice. Not a terrible book, but I would read carefully if you’re a more “regular Christian” instead of one raised in the church by pastors who became a pastor and whose children and grandchildren are pastors.

He does not call you to get involved in His activity merely so people can see what you can do. Want to Read saving…. Knowing and Doing the Will of God. My principal concern is where we get our information about God. Blackaby places a tremendous burden on the believer who questions his spirituality and even his salvation if divine messages are not forthcoming.

The Jerusalem council resolves the problem of the Judaizers and the Galatian heresy Third, we experience the effects of truth as God transforms our lives and the lives of others we touch sanctification and ministry. Boackaby author and I have many things in common except I do not have the Church religion background. What about in the passage in question? But Blackaby means we should only pursue those plans God tells us experiencig pursue the assignment.

Second, there is no evidence that any of these directives are sought.