In these unprecedented times, it’s natural to want a sense of control by looking to the past.You will likely hear many people, including some Christian leaders, offering certainty about what is to come. Faith does not mean trusting our ability to predict the future by looking at God’s past actions. True faith means surrendering the future and trusting in God’s character which is the same yesterday, today,
“When jury members conclude that a witness can be trusted, they must come to grips with what the witness has to say and use this testimony as the foundation for future decisions they may make about the truth of the case.If the gospel writers are found to be reliable, we can accept their statements as the foundation for future decisions we make about the truth
Hopefully, this becomes a regular phrase in my life...and in yours.
“Trials should not surprise us, or cause us to doubt God’s faithfulness. God sends trials to strengthen our trust in him.” ~ Edmund Clowney
Sooooo...I'm in the midst of a pretty difficult lesson in patience right now, courtesy of God Himself. It's funny, because I figured I had a pretty good handle on patience already. Shows how much I know (smile). Here's the short version of it: my wife and I have been praying and believing God for financial freedom for quite awhile now, and it's not for the