If we feel disappointed by God, we need to know how to handle our disappointment with God.
What are the most powerful lessons of unmet expectations?
“But as for me, God’s presence is my good. I have made the Lord God my refuge, so I can tell about all you do.” (Psalm 73:28 CSB)
Do you pray for your marriage? I did and I still do. I want to encourage you and share my testimony of answered prayer for marriage restoration. It is a long journey of faith, dying to self, perseverance, patience, and learning to trust God’s promises more than we trust our circumstances.
Have you struggled with panic attacks? I did. The journey to freedom from panic attacks has been a long one. It takes time, patience and putting faith into practice.Continue reading “My Journey to Freedom from Panic Attacks”
Remembering God is a practice widely spoken of in the Bible. What does it mean to remember God in daily life and why are we to remember Him continually?
What is the role of struggle and suffering in human life? How often do we pray that God saves us from a particular struggle and suffering only to find out that we go exactly through this what we want to avoid? The doctor tells you bad news about your chances to have a child. Your father’s health is deteriorating. You lost a loved one unexpectedly.
How can we overcome the fear of the unknown? We want and pray for change – to start a new career, to restore a relationship, to learn a new skill, to write a book, to heal. The fulfillment of our goals, desires and God’s promises means change and venturing into the unknown. Often, what holds us back and is our greatest enemy is the fear of the unknown.
How are you fighting the fear of the unknown when it is gripping you? The uncertainty of a crucial medical check. The start of a new job. The relocation in another city. Do you know that God addresses very specifically the fear of the unknown in His word?
Have you wondered why did you need to endure such pain? Take heart, God has given you much more than just freedom from captivity. Our pain and suffering are not in vain. They are powerful ingredients to transform us into vessels prepared to serve and useful to God.