Day 9 of 47 days… 47 quotes from the new book The Potential of God’s Presence…

From Chapter 2 – God Desires Relationship

So, getting back to the Tehillah: I believe this is the cry of praise that moves God to manifest Himself among us in ways that go beyond His general omnipresence. This point is proven true through the life of Jesus when He walked the earth. The Bible says that Jesus did not do many miracles in His hometown because of the people’s unbelief (Mark 6:4-6). Just because Jesus was in the town did not automatically mean that miracles were taking place. There was a difference between Jesus being in a geographical location and the manifest, powerful presence that Jesus displayed in locations throughout His ministry. God said that those that would find Him would be those that were purposefully looking for and seeking after Him. Many of the miracles that took place in the Gospels came as a result of men and women who cried out for and pursued the person, presence and power of Christ.

I’ve just released a new pre-order campaign on a fund-raising site called Kickstarter with the goal of 100 backers before December 17. From November 1 onward I will be sharing one quote a day from the book to bring potential “pre-orderers” some more context to what this book is all about… Know that these quotes are not necessarily made to stand alone, but they represent the greater part of what the book is all about… I hope that these quotes will inspire and persuade you to take the plunge on getting your copy of The Potential of God’s Presence… Thanks

Pre-Order Your Copy of The Potential of God’s Presence today…


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