Reverence for the Things of God
God wants us to enter into His phenomenal, supernatural, holy presence to experience Him in all of His glory. But how we enter God’s presence is very important. Is there a mindset we need to have as we enter the presence of God?
But wait…isn’t it true that as Christians, we are always in His presence? In this five-part series, Rick deals with the answer to this question and the mindset you must cultivate if you want to experience the awesome presence of God for yourself.
Often Christians treat God’s presence casually and irreverently. But no one is more holy, powerful, awesome, and to be respected and revered than God. So what attitude should you have about God’s presence in your life — and what attitude should you have as you approach worship, the Bible, and times when God wants to manifest Himself to you in unusual ways?
We live in a time when people tend to be casual about everything, but we need to know how to reverently approach God, His Spirit, and His Word. God — and everything about Him — is to be respected and held in awe.
In this series, Rick covers:
- The mindset needed about God and His Word.
- The mindset needed about the work of the Holy Spirit.
- The mindset needed about the giving of tithes and offerings.
- The mindset needed about the Church.
Series includes (1) Study Guide. Additional copies can be purchased for group study.
Companion Study Guide
A 5-lesson study guide (included with program series purchase) corresponds to the “Reverence for the Things of God” teaching. Each lesson covers a topic that is addressed during the program series, with questions and references supplied to draw you deeper into your own private study of the Scriptures on this subject.
Each study lesson includes:
- Greek Word Definitions
- Lesson Synopsis
- Lesson Emphasis
- Lesson Main Points
- Study Questions and Practical Application
This 48-page Study Guide is suitable for personal or group study.
Note: DVD and CD series include a printed Study Guide.
Digital Products (USB, Digital Video, and Digital Audio) include a Digital Study Guide (PDF format).