God desires an intimate relationship with each of us. But, we wonder, how can a person have such a relationship with a holy God? It is one thing to be in awe of Him, but quite another to be intimate with Him. In Leaving Ordinary, Donna Gaines delves into this issue by exploring the notion of extraordinary prayer.
How does Scripture define “intimacy” as it relates to our relationship with God? God gave the Israelites the tabernacle, a temporary and portable dwelling for His glory, and taught them how to approach and worship Him before He led them to their reward—the promised land. Using the tabernacle and its articles (altar, lampstands, etc.) as a guide, Donna teaches readers how to interact with God in that secret place of true intimacy that leads to worship. Your ordinary daily practice of prayer can become an extraordinary encounter with the living God. Leaving Ordinary is essential reading for women who desire a more intimate relationship with God.
- Tools for gaining a stronger, more intimate relationship with God
- An exploration of the tabernacle as it relates to prayer today
- The definition of “intimacy” as it relates to God
|Contributor(s)||Donna Gaines, InScribed|
|About the Contributor(s)||Donna Gaines
Donna Gaines is a passionate Bible teacher, disciple maker and author. Embracing God’s missional calling, Donna challenges women to live out the global implications of their faith through both inner city and international efforts. She is the author of two books, There’s Gotta Be More and Seated: Living from Our Position in Christ, and the editor of A Daily Women’s Devotional.
InScribed is a collection of studies by women inspired by Proverbs 3:3, "Stay focused; do not lose sight of mercy and truth; engrave them on a pendant, and hang it around your neck; meditate on them so they are written upon your heart" (The Voice).
|Publish Date||Mar 4, 2014|