Sunday, March 16, 2014

To Know Him Personally?

A powerful statement to put things in perspective...."Job had known of God but only through his trials and his obedience did he experience God personally"

        Many people will say that they believe in God but how many of them 'know' God personally?  It is a difference in head knowledge versus heart knowledge.
       ' Job could not see physically through the whirlwind out of which God spoke (38:1; 40:6); he expresses a deeper meaning. He knew God with words, but he now experiences His living presence in his inner being. He meets Him as Savior and friend and, above all, God.'
       When we apply The Word directly to our lives then we too can experience God's direction personally.  Like Job, we complain of our hardships and the severity of which God allows us to suffer but will it humble us to submit to God as Job did?
       You are only truly suffering, if you're doing it without God.  I encourage you to get a personal trainer, God, and follow His lead.


  1. I just read the last two posts, and I am humbled by the message from a woman who, from a world's viewpoint, could have much about which to complain and shake her fist at God. Yet your faith, endurance, and gratefulness to the Lord has evolved into a powerful ministry in the lives of those around you. I thank God for your example of true faith. You are dearly loved and highly regarded, Angie.

  2. Ditto, Gloria. Your personal trainer has trained you so well. You are an inspiration to all you are one of my personal trainers!! Love you, T.