This Companion Study Guide directs you how to go deeper in the principles of the book, Secrets Of The Secret Place, and also provides clear guidelines for leading small groups in a study through the book. Used together, these two books comprise an unparalleled equipping tool for moving believers into the incredible joys of pursuing an intimate relationship with Christ. You’ve got to take this one to your small group Bible study!
The essential theme of the book of Job is to reveal how God takes a man who is blameless and upright, with a passion for God and a willing spirit, and promotes him to a higher spiritual plane than he could have ever imagined. Those who persevere in the pain and perplexity of the Job crucible are being prepared for renewed intimacy with God, and will be raised up to equip the endtime bride of Christ. Let Job's example compel you toward God's highest and best.
Imagine the ultimate worship experience—what would it be like? Using a sound scriptural foundation, Bob paints a vivid picture of what corporate worship can become. Get a glimpse of where God is taking us. There is a sweep-you-off-your-feet depth to the river of God’s delights that is more than possible, it is inevitable! Fasten your seatbelt, this book may wound a few sacred cows, but it will clarify your vision for the powerful potential in corporate worship.
This book points to the coming invasion of Glory that the prophets have foretold. There is a mighty demonstration of Holy Spirit Glory that has not yet touched this planet, and must happen in order for Scripture to be fulfilled. When it comes, EVERYTHING will change. It’s inevitable! It’s coming! It’s so easy for us to settle for less than Glory in our corporate worship services.
This is a fascinating history of the Sorge family, penned by Bob’s mother, Irma Sorge. The central figures are Bob’s parents, Arvin & Irma Sorge. The story begins with how their parents emigrated from Germany to Canada in the early 1900s, and ends in 2007 with their children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. You will gaze starkly at depression-era poverty; you will thrill over accounts of pentecostal-era Holy Spirit fire; you will laugh over some absolutely hilarious incidents; and you will delight in the several accounts of divine healing.
Used as a text internationally, Exploring Worship is a "must read" (according to Judson Cornwall) for worshipers. It lays a scriptural foundation for understanding what praise and worship really is, and then provides a practical framework for implementing praise and worship in the local church level. This is one of the foremost worship texts used today by Bible Schools, Universities, and local church worship ministries.
If you are waiting for your prayers to be answered, this book will rekindle your hope and feed your faith. Written from the crucible of the author's own personal crisis of delayed answers, this book gives insight into God's purposes for using the season of delay to produce Christlikeness and greater fruitfulness within us. According to author Joy Dawson, "A classic. .
In a world of compelling demands, one of our greatest challenges is to keep our spiritual focus on the Lord. Through gentle instruction, urgent warning and heartwarming insight, Bob Sorge will rekindle your passion for Jesus. Discover afresh that the pathway to every spiritual release is through being IN HIS FACE.
This book has one central purpose: to fuel your passion for the secret place with God. Divided into 52 short chapters, it can serve as a companion to your devotional life. Not only will this book help to defuse your personal struggles related to the secret place, it will also inspire you to the thrilling exhilaration of developing a personal connection with God. Your heart will be ignited with passion for Jesus, and you will profit from the practical advice on making it work. This has become our bestselling book.
The shed blood of Christ gives us boldness to enter the Holiest and abide in the presence of God. Through the sprinkling of blood, we can live every day in a place of intimacy with God-in the bosom of the Father, leaning on the breast of Jesus. This book shows the way. Discover how you can live in the place of holiness, burning with fiery love, and enjoying the ultimate privilege of the universe: Access to the Father.
Sequel to The Fire of Delayed Answers, this book contains devotional meditations upon the most glorious theme of all Scripture - the love of God. This book explores how God is igniting His Bride in this hour with His fiery love, awakening us to blazing passion for our Beloved Lord Jesus. Emerging from the crucible of fiery dealings of God is a Bride who has been purified of all other affections but one - her desire for her Beloved, the Lord Jesus. Look into this furnace of God's love at your own risk.
This book expands upon the great cry, “Get justice for me from my adversary!” It's written especially for those waiting on God to fulfill His Promise. Be encouraged to pray without ceasing, knowing that God will certainly answer you. Take a tender look at the issues of depression, reproach, and why God sometimes waits so long to answer our prayers. When justice comes “speedily,” you'll receive both restoration and sevenfold restitution. His visitation will be beyond all that you could ask or imagine.
Rejection. Ugh! Many of us have been devoured by its ravages, and most of us have also given it out. Praise. Now there's a happier word! But the sinister tentacles of man's praise constantly seek to disqualify God's servants from their highest inheritance. Rejection and Praise are like twin gullies that flank the narrow highway of holiness. Every step counts. For Jesus, man's opinions were meaningless in light of the exuberant affection and passionate approval of His Father.
This book sounds a bold call for loyalty to God and to God’s Davids. God’s Davids are leaders—male and female—who are safest to follow because of their singular passion for Christ. The Holy Spirit is doing something of historic proportions: He is turning the hearts of fathers to the children, and giving the children a heart of loyalty to the fathers.
Envy might well be termed the silent sin. Because while all of us envy others to some extent, few of us acknowledge our problem out loud, let alone try to overcome it and move forward. Bob Sorge draws upon his own pastoral experience-plus the admitted burden of his own envy-to show why and how it can adversely affect the ministry of a church and even prevent revival in people's lives.