by Adrian Rogers

Knowing God Intimately
Adrian Rogers
Exodus 33:12-15

Everyone today will do one of two things. You'll crown Him or crucify Him. You say, ''well I'll do neither.'' Oh, you can't just be neutral. Jesus said, ''He who is not with Me is against Me.'' Everybody will leave the auditorium today unless the Lord comes first, and then I guess we'll leave it also, but we'll go this way. But, as you leave, everybody will walk out of this place today either under the blood or over the blood. That is you will receive Christ as your personal Savior and His blood will become the atonement for your sin. Or else you will trample beneath your feet the blood of Jesus Christ. You can't be neutral. If you don't accept Him, you reject Him. If you don't confess Him, you deny Him. If you don't crown Him, you crucify Him. So there is a good question today. What will you do with Jesus? I pray that before this service comes to a conclusion, that you will have said an everlasting yes to the Lord Jesus.

Take your Bibles and turn with me to Exodus chapter thirty-three, would you please? And we're going to look at a very wonderful passage of scripture, one that burns into my heart, every time I look at it. Exodus chapter thirty-three, and I want to begin in verse twelve in a moment. I want to talk to you today about Knowing God Intimately, knowing God intimately. Now how important it is, not that you know about God, but that you know God. Many of you may know about President Bush, but you don't know President Bush. Many of you may know about Abraham Lincoln, he's dead and gone. I'm not asking, do you know about the God of the Bible, or even the God who exists now, but do you know Him? For you see my dear friend, to know Him is to love Him, and to love Him is to trust Him, and to trust Him is to obey Him, and to obey Him is to be blessed. And we need to be blessed and therefore we need to know God intimately. Do you know Him? I didn't ask, do you know about Him? Is He a bright living re ...

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