Groups of People: followers of Jesus
A follower is by definition someone who has given hist/her life to follow Jesus and has put Him first. This assumes a measure of passion for Christ.
Group 1: The Experientialist: Lives looking for goose-bumps in every moment – in song, in prayer, in camps, and in relationships.
I was once told by a friend that he made a major decision based on seeing a rainbow appear as he was processing a decision. In his mind, it was a sign from God.
Of course, it was also probably because of the rain.
It’s nearly impossible to disagree with an experientialist because everything becomes about how God is communicating with them. God is, after all, big enough to create a rainbow as a promise and then have it also dictate the decision of one person walking along a path. He’s God. He’s that big. But the problem with the experientialist is that often decisions are made based on how they feel and then justified by how they want God to feel about it too. That’s less about God and more about personality.