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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I wrote this along the side of the page: Blackaby does a wonderful job at making sure the reader understands that this whole following God thing is not easy and that you will run into hardship and obstacles as you try to follow His will for your life.
May 19, Steven rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: That is interesting to me, because so often I think that I have to be doing something big in order for God to be working around me.
He will lead you provided you are doing the When I read this the first time I blackbay so excited to find someone who believed exactly as I did about the way God speaks to His people.
Want to Read saving…. If you are seriously committed to hearing what God wants you to do or what He is trying to tell you, then I highly recommend it. Expfriencing 16, David Brown rated it liked it. Blackaby bases his entire theological foundation on the misinterpretation and poor application of several passages in the fifth chapter of the Gospel of John.
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Workbook
The bad news is, it goes way overboard. Blackaby promises that believers today can hear the voice of God the way people did throughout the Bible, ex.
In many areas, the authors are simply contradictory in their approaches, urging ecumenical harmony with other congregations while slamming unspecified ‘cults.
He seems to give the impression that only if we move into international business, large evangelism campaigns and full time paid ministry are we really following God.
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I will admit that at times I felt like there was story after story about Blackaby at a conference and how someone’s blacaby was changed by something he said. However, it will have an impact on you.
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However, due to the flawed theological premise, it could lead to long-term disillusionment, frustration, and unfounded fear and doubt for believers who have been told through the book that if they’re not hearing from God that there is something wrong with their Christian walk.
Henry Blackaby does a good job of breaking it down to 7 principals or steps. Open Preview See a Problem? Quotes from Experiencing God Read more Read less. The authors assume that those taking the course will be married and parents, which is more than a bit irksome for those of us who are neither.
In one drawing the authors even manage to claim that the Holy Spirit is a person, protesting a bit too strongly. For example the very thesis verse is taken out of context and thus flawed.
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Workbook by Henry T. Blackaby
Ships from and sold by Amazon. Christians seeking to deepen their relationship with God. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. I read an earlier edition, but can’t get it to take. If God confirms, proceed with caution. Oct 01, Charles Erlandson rated it liked it.
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.
I have tried numerous times to get through this workbook, and I have just been unable to. This is an excellent book henryy I cannot recommend it too highly. Get to Know Us. Feb 01, Kymberly rated it it was amazing. Feb 27, Jackie rated it it was ok Shelves: He will lead you provided you are hebry the other things in the book First, you wait on the Lord, seeking to do His will. I believe more baptist laymen and ministers need to read and learn from this book! This is an excellent book.