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Category Archives: Enjoying God
Enjoying God Study 4: Enjoy God with all that you are ‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind’ (Luke 10:27, New Living Translation, unless otherwise stated). … Continue reading →
Study 3: How to share beneficially in God’s own enjoyment Psalm 37:4 encourages the reader to enjoy God: ‘Take delight in the Lord and he will give you your heart’s desires’ (New Living Translation, unless otherwise indicated). The casual reader … Continue reading →
Study 2: The overflow of God’s enjoyment Let’s take a further look at ‘the river of [God’s] delights’ (Psalm 36:8, Hebrew text). Earthly Jerusalem is unique among the capital cities of this world; unlike most of the others it does … Continue reading →
Study 1: God always thoroughly enjoys himself! In Psalms 36:0 and 37:0 can be found clues to God’s constant enjoyment, and how his human creatures can share in God’s own overflowing joy. Referring to the Creator’s care for ‘man and … Continue reading →