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Lets gauge the hunger of the people and see whats happening. Four hundred people showed up that Monday for the prayer meeting, and all we did was seek the face of God.

Something was definitely going on. A minuscule crack was appearing in the brass heavens over the city of Houston. Collective hunger was crying for a corporate visitation.

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I went back home and by Wednesday the pastor was on the phone again, saying, Tommy, can you come back again for Sunday? I heard past his words and listened to his heart. He really was not interested in me coming back. What he and I both wanted was God. He is a fellow God chaser and we were in hot pursuit.

His church had fueled a flaming hunger in me. They too had been preparing for pursuit. There was a sense that we were close to catching Him. Thats an interesting phrase, isnt it? Catching Him. Really, its an impossible phrase. We can no more catch Him than the east can catch the west; theyre too far removed from each other. Its like playing chase with my daughter. Often as she arrives home from a day of school, we play this little game that countless fathers and children play around the world.

When she comes and tries to catch me, even with my hulking frame, I really dont have to run. I just artfully dodge this way and then that, and she cant even touch me, because a six-year-old cant catch an adult. But thats not really the purpose of the game, because a few minutes into it, she laughingly says, Oh daddy, and its at that moment that she captures my heart, if not my presence or body.

And then I turn and shes no longer chasing me, but Im chasing her, and I catch her and we tumble in the Pursuing the Lover of Your Heart grass with hugs and kisses. The pursuer becomes the pursued. So can we catch Him? Not really, but we can catch His heart. David did.

And if we catch His heart, then He turns and chases us. Thats the beauty of being a God chaser. Youre chasing the impossible, knowing its possible. This body of believers in Houston had two scheduled services on Sundays. The first morning service started at , and the second one followed and began at When I returned for the third weekend, while in the hotel, I sensed a heavy anointing of some kind, a brooding of the Spirit, and I literally wept and trembled.

You Could Barely Breathe The following morning, we walked into the building for the Sunday service expecting to see the usual early morning first service sleepy crowd with their low-key worship.

As I walked in to sit down in the front row that morning, the presence of God was already in that place so heavily that the air was thick. You could barely breathe. The musicians were clearly struggling to continue their ministry; their tears got in the way. Music became more difficult to play. Finally, the presence of God hovered so strongly that they couldnt sing or play any longer.

The worship leader crumpled in sobs behind the keyboard. If there was one good decision I made in life, it was made that day. I had never been this close to catching God, and I was not going to stop. So I spoke to my wife, Jeannie. You should go continue to lead us to Him.

Jeannie has an anointing to lead people into the presence of God as a worshiper and intercessor. She quietly moved to the front and continued to facilitate the worship and ministry to the Lord.

It wasnt anything fancy; it was just simple. That was the only appropriate response in that moment. The atmosphere reminded me of the passage in Isaiah 6, something Id read about, and even dared dream I might experience myself. In this passage the glory of the Lord filled the temple.

Id never understood what it meant for the glory of the The God Chasers Lord to fill a place. I had sensed God come in places, I had sensed Him come by, but this time in Houston, even after there was all of God that I thought was available in the building, more of His presence literally packed itself into the room. Its like the bridal train of a bride that, after she has personally entered the building, her bridal train continues to enter the building after her.

God was there; of that there was no doubt. But more of Him kept coming in the place until, as in Isaiah, it literally filled the building. At times the air was so rarefied that it became almost unbreathable. Oxygen came in short gasps, seemingly. Muffled sobs broke through the room.

In the midst of this, the pastor turned to me and asked me a question. Tommy, are you ready to take the service? Pastor, Im just about half-afraid to step up there, because I sense that God is about to do something. Tears were streaming down my face when I said that. I wasnt afraid that God was going to strike me down, or that something bad was going to happen.

I just didnt want to interfere and grieve the precious presence that was filling up that room! For too long we humans have only allowed the Holy Spirit to take control up to a certain point. Basically, whenever it gets outside of our comfort zone or just a little beyond our control, we pull in the reins the Bible calls it quenching the Spirit in First Thessalonians We stop at the tabernacle veil too many times. I feel like I should read Second Chronicles , and I have a word from the Lord, my pastor friend said.

With profuse tears I nodded assent and said, Go, go.

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My friend is not a man given to any kind of outward demonstration; he is essentially a man of even emotions. But when he got up to walk to the platform, he appeared visibly shaky.

At this point I so sensed something was about to happen, that I walked all the way from the front row to the back of the room to stand by the sound booth. I knew God was going to do something; I just didnt know where.

I was on the front row, and it could happen behind me or to the side of me. I wasnt even sure that it was going to happen on the platform, but I knew something was going to happen.

God, I want to be able to see whatever it is You are about to do. My pastor friend stepped up to the clear2 pulpit in the center of the platform, opened the Bible, and quietly read the gripping passage from Second Chronicles If My people, which are called by My name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

Then he closed his Bible, gripped the edges of the pulpit with trembling hands, and said, The word of the Lord to us is to stop seeking His benefits and seek Him. We are not to seek His hands any longer, but seek His face. In that instant, I heard what sounded like a thunderclap echo through the building, and the pastor was literally picked up and thrown backward about ten feet, effectively separating him from the pulpit.

When he went backward, the pulpit fell forward. The beautiful flower arrangement positioned in front of it fell to the ground, but by the time the pulpit hit the ground, it was already in two pieces. It had split into two pieces almost as if lightning had hit it! At that instant the tangible terror of the presence of God filled that room. People Began to Weep and Wail I quickly stepped to the microphone from the back of the room and said, In case you arent aware of it, God has just moved into this place.

The pastor is fine. Only his hand trembled slightly to give proof of life. While all of this happened, the ushers quickly ran to the front to check on the pastor and to pick up the two pieces of The God Chasers the split pulpit. No one really paid much attention to the split pulpit; we were too occupied with the torn heavenlies. The presence of God had hit that place like some kind of bomb.

People began to weep and to wail. I said, If youre not where you need to be, this is a good time to get right with God. Ive never seen such an altar call. It was pure pandemonium. People shoved one another out of the way. They wouldnt wait for the aisles to clear; they climbed over pews, businessmen tore their ties off, and they were literally stacked on top of one another, in the most horribly harmonious sound of repentance you ever heard.

Just the thought of it still sends chills down my back. When I gave the altar call then for the a. When it was time for the service to begin, nobody had left the building.

The people were still on their faces and, even though there was hardly any music being played at this point, worship was rampant and uninhibited. Grown men were ballet dancing; little children were weeping in repentance. People were on their faces, on their feet, on their knees, but mostly in His presence. There was so much of the presence and the power of God there that people began to feel an urgent need to be baptized.

I watched people walk through the doors of repentance, and one after another experienced the glory and the presence of God as He came near. Then they wanted baptized, and I was in a quandary about what to do. The pastor was still unavailable on the floor. Prominent people walked up to me and stated, Ive got to be baptized.

Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill, and countless others who share one common bond: an insatiable hunger to know their Lord. These are people whose relentless, passionate pursuit of Christ often made them appear foolish in the eyes of others. Yet, having tasted His goodness and glimpsed the invisible, they could be satisfied with nothing less. Add your name to the list Who know? You might be one whom He catches.

Tommy Tenny gets something about revival. Fresh encouragement to continue in the pursuit There were some points that were made to sound worthy of discussion. I would definitely recommend this to anyone seeking to elevate your spiritual life. Tommy has books in over forty languages, traveled into more than seventy-two countries and television broadcast into one hundred twenty nations.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Pursuit of God - eBook A. Aug 13, J. Tommy Tenny showed me there was more.

An especially helpful book for Christians who want to develop a serious pursuit of God. This book is protected under the copy- right laws of the United States of America. Want to Read saving. There were some points that were made to sound worthy of discussion. Don't miss the message of this book! The God Chasers Expanded Ed. Feb 08, Zorry Alex rated it it was amazing. Are you sure you want to delete this list?

Then again better theology is probably more apt. It will change your life!!!!!

Romans 1 says that every person sins with conscience, knowing that they are offending God. Catching Men - eBook. The writing so far is This expanded edition of the original best-seller includes a daily devotional for personal reflection and a study guide.


It sets out the goal and lays out what isn't that goal. Sin has always prevented us from experiencing the glory of God. I just looked for his trails all those days. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

In short, let me begin by saying that there are many things I liked about the book, but when an author teaches bad doctrine, it's hard to put a stamp of approval on such a book. Tenney does not contain much Biblical foundation for the claims he is making and he does not give much "how" to his proposals for The Church or a "chaser" of God. Fresh encouragement to continue in the pursuit I am encouraged to re-evaluate on how I will modify my personal worship so that I can stop focusing so much on doing programs and spend more time in prayer and study.

Up to that time of reading it I had never read a book that filled me with hunger for God like this one did. Truth is, non-Christians reject church because they reject God. It doesn't take a theologian or Jewish historian to know that even if Uzzah did grow up in Kiriath-Jearim, the odds of him doing anything remotely what TT writes are virtually nill.

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No mountains must be high enough to climb, valleys too deep to descend into and oceans too wide to cross when our goal is to see His face. Search by title, author, isbn, etc. This book made changes and I would not forget the moment when God touched me and I did not want it to s I was reading the first chalter and this annointing from Holy Spirit came suddenly when I was driving from work.

Mar 07, Hanson Tjung rated it really liked it.

The biggest problem I had with God Chasers was that I couldn't download the premise that God is sometimes there and sometimes not there. Remove them from Saved? God, out of His grace, pursues us and has drawn near to us first, but He stirs something in our hearts that cause us to seek after Him and to hunger for Him to awaken us from apathy. Yes, we should all seek the face of God and repent and seek revival.

Can He be "caught"? Popular Answered Questions how do i read a book on my bookshelves?When she comes and tries to catch me, even with my hulking frame, I really dont have to run. Most of us are simply not prepared to see His train fill the temple. I want to ask you, Do you really know Me?

The pursuer becomes the captive; the pursued the captor. People want to connect with a higher power! Dec 08, B.

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