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Feb 11, 2019 | Ron Moore

The Joy of Loving God - Part 2

Worship is best offered with feeling.  So what do your feelings toward God, and the expression of those emotions, say about the condition of your heart?

On today’s program, Ron Moore answers that question. Listen for insight into your spiritual health.


Do you desire to “turn the corner” in your walk with Jesus? If so, maybe you don’t know where to start. You feel held back by the past, or maybe you’re calloused by sin. Well, King David, the man after God’s own heart, experienced this very thing. In Ron Moore’s book Worn Out by Obedience David is presented as a spiritual mentor. He’s both flawed and on fire. He’s the person you are and the person you want to be.

In Worn Out by Obedience you’ll discover how God often molds your heart, like King David’s, in seasons of brokenness, loneliness, and disappointment—sometimes even in your waywardness.

Worn out by Obedience is published by Moody Press and can be yours for a gift of any amount.

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Series Information

Ron Moore outlines from scripture those who knew the God “who is” and those who failed, so that we can know the difference.

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