by Adrian Rogers

Three Ways That You Can Know God
Adrian Rogers
Psalm 19:1-14

Take God's word tonight and turn to Psalm nineteen, the nineteenth Psalm. Would you do that? I want to talk to you about how to know God better, or really, Three Ways That You Can Know God. Actually how I know that God exists, and how I know that I know. Now if you're plagued with doubt tonight, I want you to get this Bible in your hand and open it up. The most important thing my friend, is to know God, not to know about God, but to know God. Now let me tell you this. If you truly know the God of this Bible, you will love Him. To know Him is to love Him. Now let me say something else. If you truly love Him, you will trust Him. Because you can not truly trust someone that you do not love. You if you love somebody and know they love you, then you can trust them. Now listen, to know God is to love Him. To love Him is to trust Him. To trust Him is to obey Him. The reason that you don't obey Him is because you probably do not trust Him. Let's take the matter of tithing, you don't mind do you if I take the matter of tithing. The Bible says bring tithe into the storehouse and prove me, now here with sayeth the Lord of Hosts. If I'll not open you the windows of Heaven and pour you out a blessing there shall be not, there shall not be room enough to receive it. Well hey, if you really believe that you'd tithe. Am I wrong about that? No, I'm not wrong. If you really believe that, you would tithe. So if you trust Him, you obey Him. Now if you obey Him, you'll be blessed. Isn't it very simple? To know Him is to love Him, to love Him is to trust Him, to trust Him is to obey Him and to obey Him is to be blessed. Don't you want to be blessed? I want to be blessed. Now it all begins with knowing God. And Psalm nineteen is a wonderful Psalm that talks about how to know God. And God has revealed Himself to you in three mighty, glorious ways. First of all God has revealed Himself to you in what we call creation. I w ...

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