About the author

Dave Henning

Share

Harden your heart – what happens if you do

By Dave Henning / October 25, 2020

“If you do harden your heart, tomorrow God may still call, but you may not hear.  God thunders, God speaks, God whispers — and though God’s volume never changes, we believe it does.  God’s voice isn’t faint; our hearts simply grow hard.”- Heath Adamson As it is said, “Today, if you hear his voice, do […]

Share

Being authentically you before God

By Dave Henning / October 24, 2020

“Start by being authentically you before God.  You do this by exposing, in prayer, what it is more comfortable to hide.  Whenever you worship God regardless of your feelings, the ‘real you’ emerges.  Picking up your Bible and reading until peace settles over you . . . is a response to who you truly are.  […]

Share

Your simple yes to begin the chase

By Dave Henning / October 23, 2020

“Your simple yes to begin the chase after God’s heart, which is sure to soak every area of your life with the reality of heaven’s promises, can unlock a torrent of God’s presence that will cause every seed buried deep within the soil of your heart to bloom and produce fruit.  But each seed will […]

Share

Not on the itinerary – amazing moments with God

By Dave Henning / October 22, 2020

“Jesus arrived at an unusual place, not on the ‘itinerary,’ because of the very storm the disciples would have preferred to avoid.  Some of the most amazing moments with God occur like this.  Life’s storms can blow us to places never imagined as we find ourselves, perfectly, within the reach of a loving God.”- Heath […]

Share

The delivery system for our divine invitation

By Dave Henning / October 21, 2020

“The circumstances we would typically use as excuses to avoid the sacred chase actually serve as the delivery system for our divine invitation.  What happens when spiritual passion and soul-awareness collide in the presence of Jesus?  All of heaven’s resources are released to propel you and me forward in our sacred chase. . . .  […]

Share

Quality of life with God – spiritual health

By Dave Henning / October 20, 2020

“Jesus paid the price for our eternal salvation, but our quality of life with God and our spiritual health are primarily up to each of us.  This isn’t always easy, and it requires effort on our part.  Effort is not striving for perfection; rather it is a deliberate posture of the heart that says, God, […]

Share

Wise and understanding people to help God reign?

By Dave Henning / October 19, 2020

“But to the world it is very foolish and offensive that God should be opposed to the wise and condemn them, when, after all, we have the idea that God could not reign if he did not have wise and understanding people to help him. . . .  Everything that God does they must improve, […]

Share

Relevance as an excuse to compromise?

By Dave Henning / October 18, 2020

” . . . we must never use relevance as an excuse to compromise. . . .  adjusting your lifestyle is not equal to walking humbly and purely before God.  There is a realm of intimacy with God based solely on the access to your heart you provide to God.  Self-awareness can be difficult.  We […]

Share

Beyond the veneer of religious performance

By Dave Henning / October 17, 2020

“Your soul stretches far beyond who people perceive you to be and who you pretend to be.  Beyond the veneer of religious performance, who you are eventually surfaces, and when that happens it can often be the most painful experience in your life.  But for those courageous enough to be authentic with God, it can […]

Share

Wounded in the name of religion and church

By Dave Henning / October 16, 2020

“[Van Gogh’s] experience reveals that those who have been wounded in the name of religion and church often struggle to find God there.  For us all, van Gogh serves as a reminder that there is no reason why we should allow those wounds to distract us from our pursuit of God.”- Heath Adamson “With passion, […]

Share

Confuse proximity to Jesus with intimacy

By Dave Henning / October 15, 2020

“Many of us confuse proximity to Jesus with intimacy.  God did not send his Son into the world so we could have something else to do on Sundays.  Jesus came because apart from him all life’s experiences, successes, failures, and memoires are merely temporal, insignificant in the light of eternity and therefore illusory and figments […]

Share

One enemy of our sacred chase – proximity

By Dave Henning / October 14, 2020

“There is one enemy of our sacred chase that often remains undetected.  It causes us to become impressed with ourselves and, though we’re slowly decaying, provides an appearance of life.  Spiritual apathy wears it like a costume.  We will call it proximity. . . .  It does not require intentionality for it is based merely […]

1 2 3 268
Page 1 of 268
Call Now Button