The purpose of this web site is to allow those who want to "know" God
That I may know himů.
The Apostle Paul wrote most of the New Testament and he was the writer of the book of Philippians. Paul expressed his most heart felt desire when he wrote opening short phrase found the chapter 3 verse 10. "10 That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death;"
Paul declares his desire to know God, not just on a superficial level but to know God in personal way. Paul desired to have an understanding and deep appreciation of who God is.
|A friend of mine told me recently, "God wants me to know
Him." I begin to think about words, "know Him". What does that mean?
What is involved in "knowing" God? What are the benefits? What are the
consequences of not "knowing" God?
Knowing God is knowing his word, because the scriptures declare all of God. They declare His attributes, His will for us, and His promises.