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One with Christ  Series Four - Geoff Woodcock

One with Christ Series Four

By Geoff Woodcock

  • Release Date: 2014-10-10
  • Genre: Christianity
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Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the LORD rejoice! Seek the LORD and his strength; seek his presence continually! (Psalm 105:3-4)

Scripture calls us to constantly seek the presence of God. The heart of God is not just that we would do His will as His servants. His heart is that we would come to know Him in intimacy and love. His heart is that we would learn to continually come into His presence and speak with Him face-to-face.

But is this really possible? Can we have a relationship with God like Moses enjoyed? Does God really want to speak to us as His friends?

In this study series we explore what it means to enter the presence of God and how we can come to actually live in His presence. We also look at how we can hear the voice of God with clarity and how this changes the way we pray and live. We continue our focus on the Spirit of God and learn to live, move and minister in union with the Spirit. We also discover how the Spirit connects to each other us as one body in Christ and how we can work together with Him to come into real maturity.

May you be richly blessed in faith, love and spiritual experience as you do these studies.

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