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Pursuing friendship with God is the highest calling of every human being. Some people believe that the study of anthropology is the highest pursuit of knowledge. Others believe that the study of philosophy, theology, or psychology is the highest pursuit of knowledge. But they are all mistaken. The pursuit of God is the highest science, the greatest philosophy, the most ...more
Paperback, 186 pages
Published February 5th 2008 by YWAM Publishing (first published December 15th 2004)
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Floyd McClung Jr. is the senior pastor of a large, growing church in Kansas City, Missouri, and the international director of All Nations Family. He has lectured on more than 100 university campuses and traveled in more than 175 countries.
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“You wake up one morning and all your spiritual feelings are gone. You pray, but nothing happens. You rebuke the devil, but it doesn't change anything. You go through spiritual exercises...you have your friends pray for you...you confess every sin you can imagine, then go around asking forgiveness of everyone you know. You fats...still nothing. You begin to wonder how long this spiritual gloom might last. Days? Weeks? Months? Will it ever end? ....it feels as if your prayers simply bounce off the ceiling. In utter depression, you cry out, "What's the matter with me?” 1 likes
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