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More than likely you have come across photos of the Aurora Borealis at some point, but if you have ever seen this natural phenomenon in person you know that photos don’t do it any justice. There is a huge difference between seeing images of these Northern Lights and actually watching them dance across the sky above you—it is an experience to remember.

There is a big difference between knowing and experiencing. It’s in the expression of a deaf person hearing their loved one’s voice for the first time; a colorblind person seeing color for the first time. 

So what about experiencing God? It’s an experience that new technology can’t bring, but that an open heart can. Seeing and knowing about Him is completely different than experiencing Him in your life. 

You can go to church every Sunday without really experiencing God. Don’t let your walk with Him be just an existence. Let it be an adventure!

Experiencing God truly means being aware of His presence and making a strong connection with Him. This connection is full of discovery and beauty, and is available to those who belong to Him.

“Jesus replied, ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.” Matthew 22:37-38
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