Gods Presence Quotes

God’s Presence Quotes by Mahatma Gandhi, Brian D. McLaren, Gloria Copeland, Nicholas Sparks, Aiden Wilson Tozer, John H. Walton and many others.

He who would in his own person test the fact of God‘s presence can do so by a living faith.
Since I was introduced to the practice of God’s presence, which in turn led me into the contemplative way, I have nearly always felt so rich, so blessed, so sincerely full of “enough.”…I believe it is on this robust, overflowing …contemplative pathway that one gains the joy and serenity to be generous.
When a person is resolute [determined, sold out, dedicated, single-minded] in his faith and recognizes God’s Presence everywhere, he is protected from all sides.
If pinpointing God’s presence were really that simple, then he supposed the beaches would be more crowded in the mornings. They would be filled with people on their own quests, instead of people jogging or walking their dogs or fishing in the surf.
If in our Saturday pursuits we’re far from God’s presence, we’re not in very good shape to worship Him on Sunday.
The most central truth to the creation account is that this world is a place for God’s presence.
John H. Walton
Your serenity matters to heaven. God’s presence encapsulates your life.
Where God’s presence is no longer a tenable proposition and where his absence is no longer a felt, indeed overwhelming weight, certain dimensions of thought and creativity are no longer attainable.
Sunday morning, before we go to hear the Word of God preached…let us not rush into God’s presence careless, reckless, and unprepared, as if it mattered not in what way such work was done. Let us carry with us faith, reverence, and prayer. If these three are our companions, we will hear with profit, and return with praise.
Closet communion needs time for the revelation of God’s presence. It is vain to say, “I have too much work to do to find time.” You must find time or forfeit blessing. God knows how to save for you the time you sacredly keep for communion with Him.
All ages are equidistant from eternity, and just as immediately accessible to God’s presence.
Christ is the door that opens into God’s presence and lets the soul into His very bosom, faith is the key that unlocks the door; but the Spirit is He that makes this key.
It is [children] who are God’s presence, promise and hope for mankind.
The one thing you absolutely need is the one thing you can never lose: God’s presence and love for you. Just have to talk to him.
The thing is that oftentimes, we want to be everything all at once. We want to be strong and mature, and God wants that for us, too. But just like that flowerpot had to sit in the sun and receive water day after day, we have to sit in God’s presence every day, too.
The search for God’s presence was much of a mystery as God himself, and what was God if not a mystery?
Prayer requires that we stand in God’s presence with open hands, naked and vulnerable, proclaiming to ourselves and to others that without God we can do nothing. As disciples, we find not some but all of our strength, hope, courage, and confidence in God. Therefore, prayer must be our first concern.
You know people just assume, ‘Well, all my life I’ll be a worrier.’ That doesn’t have to be true. There’s a way to drink from God’s presence so much that worry begins to dissipate.
God, Who is everywhere, never leaves us. Yet He seems sometimes to be present, sometimes to be absent. If we do not know Him well, we do not realize that He may be more present to us when He is absent than when He is present.
It often takes the darkness of a storm to show us the light of God’s presence.
Conscience is God’s presence in humans.
I have picked up on the terminology of Brother Lawrence, who called praying unceasingly practicing God’s presence. In fact, practicing God’s presence has been my number one goal for the last year
Then Circled by the golden light of God’s Presence and His promise, Paul and Sierra walked side by side along the trail that lead tward the campus and on tward their Future
This is the first thing the Holy Spirit does in your life. He brings you God’s presence, and when He does, you will no longer be in the dark. The Holy Spirit has a beautiful identity. He is called ‘The Angel of God’s presence.’ He is the One Who brings us the presence of God and makes it real to us.
Spirituality is natural goodness. God is not a person; God is a presence personified in us. Spirituality is not a thing; it is the atmosphere of God’s Presence, goodness, truth, and beauty.
Live more quietly. Live more seeking God’s presence in your own heart.
Each day presents a new opportunity to experience God’s presence.
The importance of coming into God’s presence is worth overcoming all obstacles along the way.
A Christian knows when it is time to speak of God and when it is better to say nothing and to let love alone speak. He knows that God is love and that God’s presence is felt at the very time when the only thing we do is to love.
God’s presence. . . is an inner experience that never changes. It’s a relationship that’s there all the time, even when we’re not paying attention to it. Perhaps the Infinite holds us to Itself in the same way the earth does. Like gravity, if it ever stopped we would know it instantly. But it never does.
It is not in our life that God’s help and presence must still be proved, but rather God’s presence and help have been demonstrated for us in the life of Jesus Christ. It is in fact more important for us to know what God did to Israel, to his Son Jesus Christ, than to seek what God intends for us today.
Before there was a proper understanding and a sense of God’s presence, the idea that everything would one day end was utterly desolating.
If you have God’s presence, you have favor. One minute of God’s presence can accomplish more than 20 years of your striving.
Trying to be happy without a sense of God’s presence is like trying to have a bright day without the sun.
What deadens us most to God’s presence within us, I think, is the inner dialogue that we are continually engaged in with ourselves, the endless chatter of human thought.
The gift of darkness draws you to know God’s presence beyond what thought, imagination, or sensory feeling can comprehend.
Worship is about encounter-coming into God’s presence
That we should establish ourselves in a sense of GOD’s Presence, by continually conversing with Him. That it was a shameful thing to quit His conversation, to think of trifles and fooleries.
The more conscious of God’s presence the more I feel like being myself, the less conscious of His presence, the more I feel I need to prove myself.
If you have never known the power of God’s love, then maybe it is because you have never asked to know it – I mean really asked, expecting an answer.
One of the hallmarks of a life well lived, a life worthy to return to God’s presence and receive a fulness of the Father, is to be “valiant in the testimony of Jesus”. Paul was valiant, and we can be valiant as well. To be “valiant in the testimony of Jesus” is to be faithful.
To be a Christian is to realize that in your sin, you were separated from God’s presence, and you deserved nothing but God’s wrath.
It is not the objective proof of God’s existence that we want but the experience of God’s presence. That is the miracle we are really after, and that is also, I think, the miracle that we really get.
You’ll never know Jesus is all you need until Jesus is all you have. Are you in the wilderness? Find refuge in God’s presence. Find comfort in his people.
Worship helps us find who we are and why God has placed us here on the earth. When we bow in God’s presence with worship, only then are we made complete.
There are only two ways that God’s justice can be satisfied with respect to your sin. Either you satisfy it or Christ satisfies it. You can satisfy it by being banished from God’s presence forever. Or you can accept the satisfaction that Jesus Christ has made.
More is accomplished by spending time in God’s presence than by doing anything else.
Is it ever possible to overdo the talking about the glory of Christ? Is it ever too often to be in God’s presence?
Prayer is nothing else than a sense of God’s presence
The goal of faith isn’t to take away your fears but to leverage those fears to create bolder belief. Faith leads you past your fears and reassures you of God’s presence. And after a while, you begin to trust that God is going to lift you above the waves this time just like he did last time.