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Walking with God: A DVD Study

By John Eldredge (Author)
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Record Label   Thomas Nelson
Format   NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.6" Width: 5.7" Height: 0.7"
Weight:   0.3 lbs.
Binding  DVD Video
Release Date   Nov 1, 2008
Publisher   Thomas Nelson
ISBN  1418537020  
EAN  9781418537029  
UPC  023755412997  


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Let John Eldredge be your personal guide through his year of walking with God. In the book Walking with God, John Eldredge shows us what an intimate relationship with God looks like day to day. God longs to speak, and it is our right and privilege to hear His voice. Yet, somehow, the looming discontent of most Christians is a lack of conversational intimacy with God. In this Walking with God DVD, which acts as a companion to the book, John takes us into an even deeper intimacy with God. In 12 messages that embellish key sections of the book, John offers insights for deepening our bond with God. He speaks directly to your small group with suggestions for discussion and ways to help one another on this journey. Join him as he guides us through a journey that leads to an intense conversation with our Creator. The Walking with God DVD once again proves that walking intimately with Him is a normal and essential part of the Christian life.

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Let John Eldredge be your personal guide through his year of walking with God.

In the book Walking with God, John Eldredge shows us what an intimate relationship with God looks like day to day. God longs to speak, and it is our right and privilege to hear His voice. Yet, somehow, the looming discontent of most Christians is a lack of conversational intimacy with God.

In this Walking with God DVD, which acts as a companion to the book, John takes us into an even deeper intimacy with God. In 12 messages that embellish key sections of the book, John offers insights for deepening our bond with God. He speaks directly to your small group with suggestions for discussion and ways to help one another on this journey. Join him as he guides us through a journey that leads to an intense conversation with our Creator.

The Walking with God DVD once again proves that walking intimately with Him is a normal and essential part of the Christian life.

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More About John Eldredge

John Eldredge John Eldredge is the director of Ransomed Heart in Colorado Springs, Colorado, a fellowship devoted to helping people discover the heart of God. John is the author of numerous books, including Walking with God, Fathered by God, Waking the Dead, Desire, and Love & War (with his wife Stasi). John and Stasi live in Colorado with their three sons. He is an avid outdoorsman who loves being in the wild. To learn more about John s seminars, audiotapes, and other resources for the heart, visit him on the Web at www.RansomedHeart.com "

John Eldredge lived in Colorado Springs, in the state of Colorado. John Eldredge was born in 1904 and died in 1961.

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Screwtape and Eldredge  Jan 13, 2010
It takes courage to put oneself out there, to show one's imperfections and thoughts to thousands of readers. John Eldredge really puts himself out there for this book, admitting his struggles, internal battles, and sharing his year-long walk with God.

First, this book made me think differently about what it means to walk with God. I have never really assumed that God cares so deeply about the mundane details of my - or any - life. Should I walk across the street or not? But, according to Eldredge, God not only cares about the mundane details of our lives, he wants us to include him in everything. He writes, "...hearing God requires surrender, giving all things over into his hands." And Eldredge means everything! Everything from picking out a new puppy to going on a horse ride. Like I said, it made me think differently...

The one problem that I see in this book is that Eldredge makes everything a battle. And making everything a battle is somewhat unhealthy. C.S. Lewis once wrote, "There are two equal and opposite errors into which our race can fall about the devils. One is to disbelieve in their existence. The other is to believe, and to feel an excessive and unhealthy interest in them." Eldredge borders and tiptoes around the latter.

It is an interesting read. Unique, for sure. I recommend it!
 
Walking with God but worrying about the Enemy  Nov 24, 2009
This book starts out well, but by page 50 the Enemy starts slipping in; Satan starts making frequent appearances. To Eldredge, the world is a dangerous place. Phrases like spiritual oppression, spiritual bonds, spiritual warfare, battle, spiritual assault, foul spirits, twisted beings, a palpable presence of fear. It's not just desolation; it's Desolation. By page 127 there's a whole section called The Devil is an Opportunist. He is constantly bringing the work of Christ against foul spirits. Eldredge doesn't seem to realize that possessed people were the exception, and that Jesus cast out the demons and the people returned to being normal, unpossesed people like the rest of the population. Thinking a dagger looks dark, praying over it, cleansing it with the blood of Jesus, binding it under his authority, forbiding it to be a channel of any foul thing -- These are not thoughts and behaviors that come from the Bible. It gives way too much credence to the powers of an evil supernatural power and all of his cohorts. I picked this book because I thought it would be good for a Christian discussion group, but there are sections that I don't think deserve our time or attention that outweigh the good things that are there.
 
A year of one's life does not equal a deeper walk with God  Oct 13, 2009
What struck me most in Eldredge's book is that while married there was not a single event in the year he chronicles that involves his wife. Perhaps the reason for this is all to telling in his relating his love for older cars. After all he says they don't have computers or navigation systems "the last thing I need is for a woman's voice telling me where to turn..."(pg 60) I found his incessant focus on what pleased him to be troubling. He lays out the "wrong" way to go about a relationship with God; A+B=C; (A) believe in God (B) be a good person (C) He will deliver the rest (pg 8)and then proceeds to illustrate with each story how if he wasn't blessed he obviously did not hear from God. It essentially appears that John lives his life and the circumstances that happen are only God's doing if John gets the message. If John doesn't get the message then what happens is demonic. Talk about trying to fit a square peg in a round hole. Does God use the circumstances of our lives to reveal Himself; absolutely! However, over half the population on this planet has never owned a ranch in Montana, gone to the Moab desert, or known what it is like to not worry about their next meal. How about a reality check, John that does not make the circumstances of your life all about you and how God wants to bless you. The story of the diesel pick-up really takes the cake (pg 160). It is entirely possible to understand that his parents were disciplining as good parents ought to. He and his friends broke the law with his parent's car. He was fifteen; they stole the vehicle and could have caused a tragic accident. He was emasculated by their discipline, pleeeeease. But what reveals his skewed perception of gender is his notion that his diesel truck and especially wowing his young female employee restored his manhood. John needs to ask God how He might show him His transformation beyond arrested adolescence.
 
Good Book On A Personal Relationship With God  Sep 22, 2009
"Walking With God" by John Eldredge chronicles his thoughts about his relationship with God over the course of one year. Some of the points Eldredge brings up include:

1. Trying to figure out life on our own is utterly godless.
2. God created us for intimate fellowship with Him.
3. To hear God's voice, we must be in a position of quiet surrender.
4. Jesus wants us to have complete joy in our lives.
5. God doesn't always give us explanations but He does give us Himself.
6. Hearing God requires total surrender and yielding (not eliminating) our desires to Him.
7. We can sabotage a lot of God's intended joy for us by the way we approach life.
8. Quite often, God's desire for us runs counter to the hectic pace of everyday life.

A good read and highly recommended!

Enjoy.
 
Practical help for hearing God's voice  Aug 13, 2009
I wanted to get better at hearing God. I know He speaks most often and most certainly through His written Word, but in recent years I've begun to realize that He also speaks directly to me. Though I've been a Christian for many years, I feel like a beginner at hearing God's voice. Wishing for some instruction, I went looking for books on the subject. Eldredge's subtitle led me to think this book might meet my need; and since his "Wild At Heart" was already on my list of "The 10 Books That Have Most Shaped My Life", I decided to read "Walking With God". The book is just what I needed!

Eldredge's approach in this book is rather like a spiritual diary chronicling a year in his life--that is, the inner life of his conversation with God--and recording both the spiritual miscues and breakthroughs along the way. He peppers the diary with practical, "here's how you do it" teaching on learning to hear God. In this book, as in his other writings, he uses an engaging, conversational style that is a pleasure to read.

 

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