Los senderos apasionados de los que van en pos de Dios pueden ser trazados a traves de las paginas de la historia, desde Moises el tartamudo, David el cantante, y Pablo el predicador ambulante, hasta contemporaneos como A. Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill e innumerables otros que comparten una cosa en comun: un hambre insaciable por conocer al Senor. Estas son personas cuya pasion incansable por ir en pos de Cristo, a menudo las hizo parecer como tontas ante el resto del mundo. Sin embargo, al haber probado de Su bondad, y vislumbrado momentaneamente lo invisible, no pueden ser satisfechas con menos. Anade tu nombre a la lista…se uno de los que van en busca de Dios.
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Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Meet Tommy Tenney - God chaser. Join him in his search for God. Follow him as he ignores the maze of religious tradition and finds himself, not chasing God, but to his utter amazement, caught by the one he had chased. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published November 1st by Destiny Image Incorporated.
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You have to find the book elsewhere bookstore, library, online, etc. See all 3 questions about The God Chasers…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Oct 03, Laura rated it really liked it. The book talks about a revival in the church through seeking God. Tenney said that the fires of revival must first ignite the church before its flames can spread to the street.
I like this book because the The book talks about a revival in the church through seeking God. I like this book because the author talks about changes you should make in order to have a closer relationship with God.
View 1 comment. Nov 19, Chioma Bethel rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-collection , owned-books. I read this book in just before my graduation. Jun 29, Sue rated it really liked it Shelves: christian-non-fict.
I've read this a few times before. Each time I do, it reignites the desire in me to keep going after God. Having had some experiences myself when just the smallest amount of God's presence invaded the place nothing as large as Tenney describes in chapter 1 , there's the sense I have that there MUST be more than what I've experienced to this point.
Fresh encouragement to continue in the pursuit View 2 comments. Feb 07, Christa added it. If you want to get closer to the God you read about in the Bible this boook is a must read. WE read about our God with a thousands of years ago mind frame but the God of the Old testament IS the God of and he is waiting for us to seek truly after Him and in our seeking He will show us His face I need to read it again :- C.
Shelves: chrisitan-living. I have heard much about The God Chasers book written by Tommy Tenney over the years and have intended to read it for some time. So, when I finally had the chance, I downloaded a digital copy and prepared to be inspired and encouraged to chase after God for all He's worth. In short, let me begin by saying that there are many things I liked about the book, but when an author teaches bad doctrine, it's hard to put a stamp of approval on such a book.
I agree with Tenney that "God is just waiting to b I have heard much about The God Chasers book written by Tommy Tenney over the years and have intended to read it for some time.
I agree with Tenney that "God is just waiting to be caught by someone whose hunger exceeds his grasp. I also agree that the American church is largely comfortable in sin and is more willing to cling to it's religious routine than seek after God and His holiness. These are the things I like about the book Have you ever read a book and get the idea that the author is running out of things to say?
I felt this way with The God Chasers. Tenney made his point He speaks of repentance and brokenness There were simply no steps given in which to accomplish these things. Secondly, and most important, Tenney's view of evangelism is seriously flawed.
He states, when speaking of non-Christians, "The bottom line is that people are sick of church because the Church has been somewhat less than what the Book advertised! People want to connect with a higher power! Their hunger drives them everywhere but the Church. I think Tenney has overlooked the scripture that says our hearts are "deceitfully wicked above all things" and that unless we are born again, we never truly desire God. The Bible says that "none seek after God", that every heart is wicked and the unsaved "drink iniquity in like water".
Truth is, non-Christians reject church because they reject God. Romans 1 says that every person sins with conscience, knowing that they are offending God. There's no way around it Tenney then goes on to say that if we finally allow God into our churches, and His power moves mightily, that the unsaved will flock to our churches and they will be busting at the seems paraphrased.
Why does the author overlook the command to "Go into all the world and preach the gospel"? This is the way we are commanded to evangelize. Biblically, we are called to preach sin and repentance, and then offer cleansing and forgiveness through Christ for those that repent. Having great church services with God's presence is great We must be obedient to the Word of God and DO what we are called to do BOTH are required to bring about genuine revival in America Lastly, the author makes idiotic statements like "I'm afraid that we have satiated our hunger for Him by reading old love letters from Him to the churches in the Epistles of the New Testament.
These are good, holy, and necessary, but we never have intimacy with Him. We have stifled our hunger for His presence by doing things for Him. Isn't Jesus the Word made flesh? Aren't the two things one in the same? One cannot separate God from the Word that goes forth because they are the same thing. The Word is essential God does not and will never contradict His Word. Church services don't change lives, but God's Word does. The author needs to recant of putting God's Word on a lower shelf and from placing experiences over it.
There are several smaller issues I take with the book, but it would be redundant to mention them here. Overall, I like the premise of the book, but the doctrine is atrocious and taxing, to say the least. I once told someone that when it comes to books like these, "I can eat the chicken and spit out the bones. May I humbly suggest skipping this boney little chicken and perhaps dining on a steak dinner prepared by A.
Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill, J. Ryle, or the like? There's much better fare available to the discerning reader who is famished for more of God and His presence.
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