Sometimes God's plan seems elusive---but maybe we need to shift our perspective. Examining God's encounter with Moses in the burning bush, Matte invites you to see God's will not as an event, but as a process to be lived. Discover how to focus on pleasing "thee not they," expect God's power, and more. 256 pages, hardcover from Regal.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 256 Vendor: Regal Books Publication Date: 2010
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches) ISBN: 0830756582 ISBN-13: 9780830756582 Availability: In Stock
Pastor Gregg Matte writes, God’s will is not the needle in the haystack discovered only by Navy SEALs for Jesus’; it is actually the hay in the haystack to be found by every believer.” This is great news for any Christian who has ever wondered about finding and living in the will of God. Through an extensive, intimate examination of God’s encounter with Moses in the burning bush, Finding God's Will invites readers to shift their understanding of God’s will from an event to be experienced to a process to live; God’s will is what happens when we seek Him.
Readers will find out how to be on the lookout for their own burning bushes; how to focus on pleasing God and how to expect God’s power as they seek His will. They may also be surprised to find that, as they seek a deeper relationship with God, His direction and guidance become clear. A life centered in God’s will is a promise offered to every believer and now everyone can learn how to receive that gift.
GREGG MATTE is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, and the founder of Breakaway Ministries at Texas A&M University, one of the largest college Bible studies in the nation. He is the author of The Highest Education: Becoming a Godly Man and the executive producer of numerous Breakaway praise and worship albums. He is also a popular speaker at conferences, camps and retreats across North America. Gregg has been married to his wife, Kelly, since 1997 and together they have a son, Greyson.
"Gregg Matte is a great Bible teacher and no one can illustrate a point more masterfully." Beth Moore