BABATOPE ADENIRAN is a prolific writer, proclaimer of gospel & lover of God. He has M.Sc in Statistics and Ph.D Statistics in view.
This reveals the practicable ways to experience more of God and His goodness. It has been established that to seek more of God is to see more of Him and His goodness. Also, by this we understand that the more we proclaim the goodness of God, the more He remembers us for good.
The Scripture says "For the Lord God is a sun and shield: the Lord will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly." - Psalms 84:11. It is important to know that whoever or whatever you worship that your heart desires always is a reflection of your life.
What are the Ways to Experience more of God and His Goodness?
i. Seeking more of God: Truly, to seek more of God is to see more of His goodness. The more you relate with God, the more you will become like Him and experience His goodness. This was seen in the life of Moses and Jesus Christ, our Saviour who desired to meet with God consistently in fasting and prayer (Exodus 34, 34:28-35 & Luke 9:28-36). You can only have the nature of God and manifest His glory when you daily spend quality time with Him in hearty worship.
ii. Living more on the Word of God. Those who live more on the Word will surely become more like Him. Also, to think more of the Word of God is to see everything good in Him. That is why Jesus admonishes us to live on everything in the Word of God (Matthew 4:4).
iii. Proclaiming the Goodness of God without ceasing: It has been established that the more you proclaim the goodness of God, the more He remembers you for good (Ps 118:17, 73:28, Is 52:7 & Neh 13:31).
In conclusion, we need to live with the understanding that the more we seek God and proclaim Him, the more we see His goodness and manifest His glory.
May the Lord help us to desire more of God and proclaim more of His goodness always in Jesus' Name. Shalom!
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