Experiencing God in Prayer

In the market place, wise workers ascribe higher value and premium to experience they gain at work than the pay they earn. Whereas, the unwise negotiate for jobs that pay highest and perhaps with utmost ease, the wise will opt for exposure that leads to experience. Why? Because what one earns will soon be used up and shortly afterwards, would be compelled to crave for more. On the other hand, what the beneficiary gains by experience stays with him for life.

Similarly, while in prayer, there are material things we do seek from God which of course, abound with Him, and He is ever willing to give freely to His children (Romans 8:32), but far beyond the material things we receive from Him are the experiences He wants His children to encounter in His presence.

This new book by Bishop David Abioye will let you know that God’s number one purpose for creating man is intimate fellowship.

It is a MUST Read!

 

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David Abioye

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In the market place, wise workers ascribe higher value and premium to experience they gain at work than the pay they earn. Whereas, the unwise negotiate for jobs that pay highest and perhaps with utmost ease, the wise will opt for exposure that leads to experience. Why? Because what one earns will soon be used up and shortly afterwards, would be compelled to crave for more. On the other hand, what the beneficiary gains by experience stays with him for life.

Similarly, while in prayer, there are material things we do seek from God which of course, abound with Him, and He is ever willing to give freely to His children (Romans 8:32), but far beyond the material things we receive from Him are the experiences He wants His children to encounter in His presence.

This new book by Bishop David Abioye will let you know that God’s number one purpose for creating man is intimate fellowship.

It is a MUST Read!

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Author

David Abioye

Format

eBook

Language

English

Pages

144

Publisher

Dominion Publishing House

Year Published

2020

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