Walking With God

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Xulon Press, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 108 pages
Having never been raised in church and then, at the age of 35, finding myself graduated from Bible school as an ordained minister, a paradox in my life emerged. The practices I had observed being portrayed as Christianity only slightly resembled the standards I had studied in the Bible! I determined that many of those involved in "church" were not involved in Christianity, but instead were steeped in "churchianity." Most knew only a little about God, and I almost never found anyone who knew God personally. Now, don't misunderstand-I was not a bastion of spiritual maturity, but I believed that the Bible was divinely inspired. I also recognized the great ally I had in the Holy Spirit, who helped me unravel the mess I had created and began to turn me into something of worth.Thus began a journey of incredible excitement and intense challenges. I had determined to "walk with God" and would not settle for anything less than His absolute best for my life. I also began to teach others about how to have an intimate fellowship with God. This book is a compilation of my experiences and those teachings. It is biblically based and corroborated.

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Chapter Two What I Imagine
Chapter Four The Steps Of A Righteous Man
Chapter Five The Kingdom Of God
Chapter Seven Conversations With God
Chapter Eight What God Has Promised

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About the author (2005)

He is a Professor, Department of Construction Management & Engineering, The University of Reading.

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