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The Various Styles of Drawing Near to God

by Andy Stanley & Sean Seay

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      Fashion - home decor - accents and attitudes - different ways of expressing ourselves. We call it style and we all have one. Even the way we draw near to God has a style. Quiet - loud - outside - within - in word or deed. Our expressions of worship can be as varied as we are, but which way is the right way?

      This 4-part series by Andy Stanley and Sean Seay explores the various styles of drawing near to God. The answers may surprise you!

      This series has an accompanying quiz to help you find out what style you are! Click here to access it.

      Part 1 - One Size Doesn't Fit All (Andy Stanley)

      How do you conduct a relationship with an invisible God? Each person has a different style of drawing near to Him. While there is only one path to God through His Son, there are multiple expressions of those styles along the way. Hebrews 10:19-23

      Part 2 - Wearin' Our Sunday Best (Sean Seay)

      What role does the Bible play in your life? What role do you think its supposed to play? God longs for all of us to draw near to Him through His word, and because of our individual styles of worship, incorporating the Scriptures into our daily lives will be different for everyone. Colossians 3:16-17

      Part 3 - Window Shopping (Andy Stanley)

      Prayer is connecting and drawing near to God through communication. God wants our prayers to be private, not impressive. Prayer is the expression of our submission to God's will, and our dependence on His provision. Matthew 6:5-15

      Part 4 - Cleaning Out the Closet (Andy Stanley)

      God wants us to draw near to Him. If we have broken relationships, or things in our past that have not been reconciled, it will hinder our ability to draw near to God. In order to reconnect with our Heavenly Father, we need to overcome our pride, forgive those who hurt us, and make restitution when possible. Matthew 5:23, 1 Peter 5:7