If you've begun chasing God, you've probably discovered that He likes to play a game very similar to hide-and-seek. Scripture reveals over and over that God likes to hide Himself. But why? Is it some sort of judgement or cruel trick? Why does God seem to hide if He wants to be found? According to author and God Chaser Tommy Tenney, the answer to that question "may be sweeter than you know and more costly than you ever dreamed." The reason God wants us to chase Him is hidden in the thrill of discovery. He knows that when we encounter His presence after
seeking, asking, and knocking, the experience deeply satisfies our lives and transforms us--thus bringing further glory to Him. According to Tenney, "Desperate cries capture [God's] heart. At that moment, the Pursued becomes the Pursuer, and the God chaser
becomes a God catcher."
This book provides fresh encouragement for hungry hearts. Written in Tenney's warm and inspiring style, Experiencing His Presence
is a devotional designed to assist believers in their daily God Chase. So brace yourself for the experience of a lifetime...the experience of His presence. It's the next step, from pursuit to encounter. Are you ready?
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Drawing from the themes in The God Catchers, this devotional is an ideal companion for those seeking practical ways to move from the pursuit of God to an encounter with Him. Written in the warm, conversational style that is his signature, Tenney provides insightful and challenging guidance to those who wish to dwell in God's presence. Each devotion is designed to help readers turn their focus away from themselves and toward God. God's promise of communion and power becomes real as readers mature in their daily pursuit of a more meaningful and intimate relationship with God.
Tenney is the author of the best-selling book, The God Chasers. He has spent more than 10 years pastoring and more than 20 years in a traveling ministry visiting more than 40 countries. He and his wife, Jeannie, live in Louisiana with their three daughters.