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How Do I Gain A Personal Relationship With God?

I have been asked by people a few times about what are somethings that one can do to build a relationship with God. For me it became simple once I started studying at Oral Roberts University. They introduced me to a book by Robert Foster called “Celebrations of Discipline”. This book broke down things that you can do that will really draw you closer to God in ways that you could ever imagine.

Thinking about my relationship with God I really got into studying the word of God and spending time with him. Since I have gotten to this point in my love for God, God has really put on my heart to teach others and show people the way to get closer to God. I really want to get to a point in ministry where discipleship is my main focus. Through discipleship you have to get stronger and closer to God in order to help disciple others to do the same thing. John 1:14 tells us that Jesus became flesh and dwelled among us. The Message Bible says that he came and moved into the neighborhood. This to me is how we not only build our relationship but build those around us.

So here are some things that you can personally do to build that relationship. You can first be consistent with what ever it is that you choose to do when building your relationship. You can start with 5 minutes of prayer in the morning time and 5 minutes of prayer in the evening. I know that 5 minutes doesn’t seem like a lot but once you get consistent you can add more time. Then you can start with some devotional time where you are reading the word of God. While you are reading the word write down thoughts that you have about the text. Things that you can Pray about or that you may want to go back and reread. By doing those things, before you know it you will know more about the Bible and begin to build a relationship that you never knew you could have.

Yours In Christ,

A Christian Dad

By A Christian Dad

I am a Christian Father who wants to put information out about being a Christian.

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