” I’ve actually read this book a few times before and get a lot out of it each time. The book is about pursuing God with your whole heart and life: moving from knowledge about God and into daily realized experience walking with God. It doesn’t try to focus too carefull on doctrine, and in that way can at times be on the “mystical” / experiential side.
But I tend to be more stoic with devotions, prayer and worship. So I find the book to be both stretching and inspiring in the way he writes about having awe of God, the seriousness in following God, worshipping God, and having passion and desire to be close to God in daily experience.
Right now I believe God is using this book to speak to me about a few things that are slowing me down spiritually. Specifically, the self-importance that I can feel about my job during the day and the self-reliance I can have when making decisions. I’ve been talking to Sasha about these things and we’ve been praying together about. I’m trying to lean further into God throughout the day: praying, reading, thinking about God. Trying to add fuel to the spiritual fire.”
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