Engage #10: The Freedom To Fail

Learning to follow Jesus is a process in which you’ll make your share of mistakes. Unless you give up the illusion of trying to be perfect, you’ll never have the freedom to discover the joy of learning to live in him.

Engage is our unfolding video series designed to equip and encourage people to explore their own relationship with God. We are adding a new video every two weeks on Wednesday. Of course the most important part of this process is not the videos, but the time and focus you’ll give between them to learn the joy of letting God show you how he wants to build a relationship with you. Living loved is not a matter of embracing a different set of principles about God.

Living loved is the fruit of growing in the “knowing” of God, learning to sense his presence in our life and to cultivate an ongoing conversation with him about what’s going on in your life. As that unfolds, or if you have specific questions you’d like to ask, feel free to share using the comment section of this blog.

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  1. Wabitt_007 June 30, 2013 at 2:43 am

    “God does not invit us into a relationship to fail.” I agree! When I drove trucks long haul I would get to talking with people about my relationship with Jesus and how do I pray came up many times. I would say I never stop praying. I would pray as I drovr, when I was walking from or to the truck. It was everytime the Lord put a name or situation to my mind I would close my eyes as I was driving and kneel at the bunk and pray going down the road… Joking about closing my eyes as I drove… ha, ha… Praying to me is like having a conversation with your BFF. God is my best friend forever. I would be lost in the flesh without Him in my life. Bleesings, Robert

  2. Wabitt_007 June 30, 2013 at 5:43 am

    “God does not invit us into a relationship to fail.” I agree! When I drove trucks long haul I would get to talking with people about my relationship with Jesus and how do I pray came up many times. I would say I never stop praying. I would pray as I drovr, when I was walking from or to the truck. It was everytime the Lord put a name or situation to my mind I would close my eyes as I was driving and kneel at the bunk and pray going down the road… Joking about closing my eyes as I drove… ha, ha… Praying to me is like having a conversation with your BFF. God is my best friend forever. I would be lost in the flesh without Him in my life. Bleesings, Robert

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