Seven Realities for Experiencing God examines seven scriptural realities—those Moses experienced in Exodus 3—that teach believers how to develop an obedient love relationship with God. This eight-session study overviews the seven realities and then, session by session, explores truths like “God is always at work around you” to introduce a biblical pattern by which God reveals His will so that believers can join His activity in the world. Small-group friendly, it contains content that can be consumed daily in a manageable amount of time.
Session 1: A God-Centered Life
Session 2: Reality 1: God’s Work
Session 3: Reality 2: Relationship
Session 4: Reality 3: Invitation
Session 5: Reality 4: God Speaks
Session 6: Reality 5: Crisis of Belief
Session 7: Reality 6: Adjust
Session 8: Reality 7: Obey and Experience
- Biblically rooted and gospel-centered
- Leader material (tips for leading a group and guides for leading eight group sessions)
- Personal study segments for seven weeks, five days each week
- Eight-session workbook with group and personal components
Henry Blackaby is the author or the coauthor of numerous Bible studies and books, including Experiencing God. Now retired, Blackaby is the founder and president emeritus of Blackaby Ministries International. His ministry has provided leadership and encouragement to pastors, lay people, and missionaries around the world.
Richard Blackaby has served as the president of Blackaby Ministries International since July 2006. Richard is the oldest child of Henry and Marilynn Blackaby. He has written or coauthored more than 30 books.
Seven Realities for Experiencing God - How to Know and Do the Will of God
Binding Paperback Height 0.35 Length 9.50 Width 7.00 Language English Medium Format Paperback Pages 160 Product Group Bible Study Type Non-Fiction Publication Date 2015-01-02 Publisher LifeWay Christian Resources ISBN10 1430036559 ISBN13 9781430036555 Contributors Henry T. Blackaby (Author)|Richard Blackaby (Author)
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