Taste Heaven Nowby Barry Hall
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These books guide the reader to a practical understanding of the activities of the human spirit. Other books will tell you to abide in Christ, but these books will show you how to abide in Christ. Once you have gained a familiarity with the motions of your soul in pursuit of earthly
treasures, it becomes much easier to direct your heart toward God. These books add a dimension of experience to the familiar teachings on the Christian Life in Christ.
- Understanding Yourself and Your Need for God
A primer for deeper repentance and experiencing God’s Presence — Our thirst for God and how we drink; what it means to
gloryin something; examples of ways that we drink from earthly things and how these things are evidence of our need for God; how God satisfies our need in each of these areas; introduction to repentance and idolatry.
- How to Direct Your Heart Toward God
From wherever you are now to experiencing God’s Presence intensely — What repentance is; What repentance is not: self-condemnation, feeling bad enough to earn forgiveness; idolatry: refuge, strength, and glory; faith in grace; changing your heart; audible thanks and praise; believing the Word; rest into believing; the spiritual act of turning; how to use heart-training.
- Heart Training for Repentance with Joy
A troubleshooting and adjustment guide for turning your heart toward God in accordance with His grace — A book of repentance statements and Scriptures aimed at taking the principles of repentance from the second book and applying them to our heart to train it to turn from the various earthly pursuits discussed in the first book and toward God.
- Come and Drink
How to draw near to God and how to let Him draw near to you by His grace — The New Covenant; standing before the Lord; fixing our eyes on Jesus; the reason we can drink; the radiance is real; tangible in spiritual realms; grace has substance; practical aspects of drinking; practical aspects of abiding; entering the throne room: washing in the river, the river is real, through the veil, drawing near and drinking.