How do you enter in?

Hey folks, I am in the process of packing and moving across the country this week (heading back to Kansas City after an extended time away for work) so I don’t have a longer post for you this week. Keep checking back, though, because part two of my interview with Genevra Collins will be coming soon.

Today, instead of having a post, I have a question for you to respond to. Check out the video behind the cut to hear what I’m asking you this week (If you didn’t already get a hint from the post title!)

Published in: on September 28, 2012 at 8:44 pm  Comments (2)  
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  1. My experience is just like your’s
    Thanks for sharing this.

  2. For me, entering in looks wildly different on different days, but it always starts the same. It begins with a simple Question.

    “God, what do you want to do today?”

    If I am faithful to ask this question, He is always faithful to answer. He will speak to my spirit-man and I will obey. one day, entering in might look a lot like worshiping with my guitar and the song of my heart. But other days, entering in looks a lot like reading a book, because there is something in it God wants to reveal to me. The key is not what are you doing, the key is this; “Are you doing what god wants you to do.”

    Eric Lidell once said, “When I run I feel God’s pleasure.” He was entering in simply by running, because God had made him to run.If we learn to listen and obey. We will learn to enter in.

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