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by Tommy Tenney

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      Tommy Tenney

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      January 2008

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    Qué es un buscador de Dios?

    Un buscador de Dios es un individuo cuyo hambre excede su alcance.

    Un buscador de Dios es una persona cuya pasión por la presencia de Dios le empuja a perseguir lo imposible con la esperanza de que lo inalcanzable pueda alcanzarle. Un niño persigue a un padre amoroso hasta que, de repente, los fuertes brazos del padre envuelven al perseguidor. El perseguidor se convierte en cautivo; el perseguido, en captor. Pablo lo expresó de esta manera: "Persigo para atrapar lo que me apresó" (Fil. 3:12).

    Job era un buscador de Dios. Dijo: " Oh, si supiera dónde puedo encontrarlo!". David lo era; dijo: "Mi alma te sigue con ahínco". Pablo también lo era: "Para conocerlo...." Los caminos apasionados de los buscadores de Dios se pueden rastrear a través de las páginas de la historia, desde Moisés el tartamudo, David el cantante y Pablo el predicador itinerante, hasta personajes contemporáneos como A.W. Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill e innumerables otros que comparten un vínculo común: un hambre insaciable por conocer a su Señor. Se trata de personas que, por su incansable y apasionada búsqueda de Cristo, a menudo parecen tontas a los ojos de los demás. Sin embargo, habiendo probado su bondad y vislumbrado lo invisible, no podían estar satisfechos con nada menos.

    "Debo advertirle que este es un libro peligroso. Si te sientes cómodo y complaciente y quieres seguir así, ni siquiera abras sus páginas!"

    -Cindy Jacobs, cofundadora de Generals of Intercession

    What is a God Chaser?

    A God chaser is an individual who's hunger exceeds his reach.

    A God chaser is a person whose passion for God's presence presses him to chase the impossible in hopes that the uncatchable might catch him. A child chases a loving parent until, suddenly, the strong arms of the father enfold the chaser. The pursuer becomes the captive; the pursued the captor. Paul put it this way: "I chase after that I may catch that which apprehended me" (Phil. 3:12).

    Job was a God chaser. He said, " Oh that I knew where I might find Him!" David was one; he said, "My soul followeth hard after Thee." Paul was one too: "That I may know Him...." The passionate paths of God chasers can be traced across the pages of history from Moses the stutterer, David the singer, and Paul the itinerant preacher, to contemporaries like A.W. Tozer, Leonard Ravenhill, and countless others who share one common bond: an insatiable hunger to know their Lord. These are people who 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.

    "I must warn you, this is a dangerous book. If you are comfortable and complacent and want to stay that way, don't even open its pages!"

    -Cindy Jacobs, Co-founder, Generals of Intercession


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      Tommy Tenney

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    • Published

      January 2008

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      107 x 166 x 11 mm

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    • Author/Creator: Tommy Tenney

    • ISBN: 9780789910776

    • Publisher: Unilit

    • Release Date: January 2008

    • Weight: 137g

    • Dimensions: 107 x 166 x 11 mm

    • Eden Code: 6091683

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