Dealing With Doubt in the Midst of Trails

Dealing With Doubt in the Midst of Trials
Pastor Adrian Rogers

When something bad happens to us, we may respond with, “What did I do? I must have done something terrible.” Then we proceed down the trail of morbid introspection or what I call “navel gazing.” We look down and into ourselves. We take ourselves apart piece by piece, examining and re-examining ourselves. Then we put ourselves back together trying to figure out what we did wrong.

It may be that you have done absolutely nothing wrong, but God is simply testing your faith. If we don’t understand this, you see, we may get discouraged.

The seeds of doubt and discouragement sprout in the soil of ignorance.

Claim the promises of 1 Peter 1:3-9 for strength in the midst of your trial.

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Allelujah -The Museum

When hardship comes to prey our homes
And troubles seem to linger on
When death rolls on taking ones we love
You are the hope that keeps us on

Allelujah, Thine the glory
Allelujah, amen
Allelujah, Thine the glory
Revive us again

When all this seems the battle's lost
And such disease is spreading on
When life grows dark and our lips are parched
You are the hope we sing of

When death is passed and sins are gone
Alas forgiveness here is won
Daughters and songs, we will stand as one
Safe at last in the Father's love
We're safe at last in the Father's love

Allelujah, allelujah
Allelujah, allelujah

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Do you not think it's weird that God feels the need to test our faith? Whatever about us doubting him, it kind of suggests that he doubts us.

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