Hard Time Being God - Tom Martel (3) - Hard Time Being God (Vinyl)

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  1. Apr 19,  · Finding God in the Hard Times, formerly named Blessed Be Your Name, grew from the song. From David’s and Joseph’s sufferings to the Redmans’ sufferings, we learn that on the road of suffering, we have a choice to turn our thoughts and voices from the suffering back to folgphotamidnewsmaxsoundwarlelimale.coinfos:
  2. Aug 13,  · The Son radiates God’s own glory and expresses the very character of God, and he sustains everything by the mighty power of his command. When he had cleansed us from our sins, he sat down in the place of honor at the right hand of the majestic God in heaven. Hebrews (NLT) The hardened heart will not – cannot – bow to the Lord Jesus.
  3. God promised. Jesus experienced hard times too the road to the cross was no small matter. But He had to decide to go through it. He even asked God if it was really necessary. (But we know how this amazing love story ended.) Just like Jesus had to make a choice, you and I also have to decide to go through hard times. Is Good Friday Really Good?
  4. When we are in a trial, it seems like it will never end, But God is a God of all time; He knows exactly how long our trials will endure and He will give us the strength we need to get through them. 3.
  5. Feb 11,  · Each time, though, as with me, as with Jacob, as with Moltmann here, fear decreases, a sense of promise and direction increase. We call this hope. Restlessness with the world as it is, discontent with our hard times. But hope for the future grounded in God being with us.
  6. Jul 14,  · Henry T. Blackaby said, “Wisdom is not what you know about the world but how well you know God.” There is no greater time to grow in an intimate knowledge of God than when you are going through hard times. Quotes “Sometimes the best thing you .
  7. God’s Help for Hard Times 10 I sometimes refer to personal events in my life. I do this, not out of any desire to call attention to myself, but in the hope that this may help bring Scriptural principles to life, and may demonstrate that God’s principles work. Our God is a very practical God.
  8. Jan 22,  · Running from the Will of God. When the will of God gets tough, there emerges a recurring tendency. Note the pattern: Abram had run to Egypt to escape a famine (Genesis –20).; Sarai had turned to an Egyptian maid to escape barrenness.; Hagar had run to Egypt to escape misery.; But every plan of escape, apart from the will of God, found each person back at the same place of having to.

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