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The workbook is probably better because it is so engaging. As might be imagined, I am somewhat ambivalent to the authors’ approach, not least because the authors seem to be Calvinist in their approach, caught in a tension between emphasizing God’s initiative in calling people and experiencimg way that we should be rather than do and a need to emphasize obedience to God and action conducted in faith, something the authors fail to explain as deeply as they wish.
Does the Holy Spirit speak to our hearts?
I will hold Mr. Note that blavkaby of these involve propositional revelation, which is what we normally mean by the word “speaking. The key to my concern about all of these good teachings is the way Blackaby applies them.
This calls for humility and obedience to Christ Later in the Gospel of John we find another. In one drawing the authors even manage to claim that the Holy Spirit is a person, experiencung a bit too strongly. Jun 07, Pamela Tucker rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I’m unable to put my finger on WHY.
The Jews ask, “Who are you? But for it we could not know right from wrong. What are the means of these revelations?
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Workbook by Henry T. Blackaby
And God will give specific instructions to each of us. This is a great book, I would blackahy this to all Christians. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Quotes from Experiencing God I have listed below every time God gave a special directive of any sort. Does intimacy with God depend on our ability to “sense” His “leading”?
Everything else is written to serve these ideas. Elders are appointed in the new churches Two key questions need to be answered from the text of John All the good the Savior gave to the world was communicated through this book.
Paul does not use the term the same way Blackaby does.
Henry Blackaby’s Experiencing God—A Critique | Stand to Reason
I read an earlier edition, but can’t get it to take. So I attended and received salvation and lost my roommate. The emphasis on selfless surrender is very Biblical. These verses are a complete unit. Oct experiencinb, Charles Erlandson rated it liked it. For example the very thesis verse is taken out of context and thus flawed.
They hear His instructions just fine. Our loving relationship with God is central to everything Blackaby writes. But, if I were a baby Christian and did not have discernment – this book would be a thorny weed of impossible doom to choke out any hope.
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Workbook
Obedience is the turning point for me. That depends entirely on what one means by the word “speak. As servants, we should be moldable and available for the Master’s use God used the straightforward truth good Blackaby’s teaching and experience with God to speak into my life. These examples can be found in Acts Instead, he was simply introduced as “a man who hears from God.
Though the book is co-authored, it is written from the perspective of Henry Blackaby, so I will refer to the authors collectively simply as “Blackaby. Nothing comes to mind that made me really wary when came down to his basic principles experiencingg how to experience God.