"But I always think that the best way to know God is to love many things."
--Vincent van Gogh, Artist
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Tozer's words remind me that as we seek to know God, the desire begins both on an individual and corporate level. It's a hunger. A longing. A desire that stirs above other. Is it possible that the Christian church is now satisfied to accept God as simply the God of history? Does it feel no need for individuals to meet God in living, personal experience?
We do have God in history and Christ in history. But where is the emphasis on the need for a transforming encounter with the living God who transcends history? Continue Reading...