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Knowing and Worshipping God,Amy Gannett

Amy Gannett | Knowing & Worshipping God

Amy Gannett (M.Div, Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary) is a speaker, writer, and Bible teacher. She is the author of several exegetical Bible studies, and her teaching and writing has been featured on Christian outlets like Well-Watered Women, The Gospel Coalition, JourneyWomen, Risen Motherhood, and Christ and Pop Culture.

She is also the founder of Tiny Theologians, which offers training tools for parents and children’s ministries, equipping them to pass on the Christian faith to the next generation.

You can find her online at amygannett.com, and on social media at @amycategannett and @tinytheologians.

Amy Gannett joins Amber to discuss knowing and worshipping God and how one should inform the other. 

Questions Amy and Amber Discuss About Knowing & Worshipping God:

  1. (4:33) Let’s start with the basics. What is theology?
  2. (6:09) What is doxology?
  3. (7:31) All too often we separate knowing and worshipping God into two distinct categories. Why should our knowledge of God always lead to our worship of Him?
  4. (15:01) Worship is so much more than singing at church on a Sunday.  What are some practical ways one can worship and adore God in their day to day lives?
  5. (25:00) Let’s talk about developing a habit of engaging God through His Word.
  6. (29:06) As we close, what is your greatest hope for Fix Your Eyes?
  7. (32:31) How have you seen the grace of God be enough in your own personal life?

Quotes to Remember About Knowing & Worshipping God:

“Fix Your Eyes comes out of that desire to help us not just have heads full of knowledge about God, but also hearts of worship, that respond to the God we’re learning about.”

“Theology is the study of God or some people call it a study of the heart of God.”

“The more we learn about God, the more we need to respond to who God is by praising him for his unchanging character.”

“[Life is] richer when we know God and live our lives in response to him. And that doesn’t mean that we will be without suffering. It does not mean that we’ll be healthy, wealthy, and wise. Scripture doesn’t promise us that.”

“What Scripture is, by nature is God’s self revelation.”

“Scriptures pulling back the curtain and God is saying, ‘This is who I am. This is my character. This is my nature. This is what I do.’ And why does God do that? Because he wants us to know Him.”

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Life is richer when we know God and live our lives in response to him.
Scriptures pulling back the curtain and God is saying, "This is who I am. This is my character. This is my nature. This is what I do." And why does God do that? Because he wants us to know Him.
What Scripture is, by nature is God's self revelation

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