Henry Blackaby comments, "As important as Experiencing God
has been to many people, Experiencing God Together
is a necessary sequel. Christians must make the transition from knowing and doing the will of God as individuals to knowing and doing the will of God within a corporate body of believers."
There is a corporate nature to salvation. God saves individuals but places them in community with one another -- a community of believers. God is creating for Himself a people through whom He can accomplish His purposes in our world. This new book will help churches experience the fullness of life, a manifest presence of God in their midst, and a love that could only come from above.
Experiencing God Together is divided into four distinct sections:
-- God's Great Salvation
-- God's Salvation in the Church
-- God's Salvation through the Church
-- God's Salvation and the Kingdom.
Deals with many significant questions:
-- What is the corporate nature of God's great salvation?
-- Do our churche reveal the collective knowledge of people or the manifest wisdom God?
-- How can God use our lives to touch a world in need of God's great salvation?