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Doubt

Doubts. Nobody wants to admit it – but we all have them.

Yet throughout the Bible, people like Mary, Zechariah and Ananias all had doubts and God still used each one of them for His purposes.

Similarly, it’s OK for us to have doubts too. What matters is how we respond to them. These people didn’t let their doubts control them, but prayed to God about them and He revealed the truth to them. They trusted God in prayer and action in spite of their doubts.

Take your doubts to God in prayer. Trust Him and see what He does through you too.

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Crazy Promises

Have you ever thought what God is asking you to do is crazy? Like, when God asked Ananias to go to see Saul, the angry Christian killer in Acts 9:11-15 – he must have thought God was mad. In fact, he even says so, yet God shows him another perspective.

Ananias only saw who Saul was, but God shows him what Saul would become. And because Ananias overcame human logic and trusted and obeyed God, many people were saved.

What is God asking you to do?

Pray that God would help you see His point of view and give you the courage to trust Him and act.

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Faith over fear

Have you had a situation lately where you needed to put your faith over fear? Yoh, it can be tough. When you’re trusting for something and wanting to trust God no matter what, but those doubts come creeping in

“You’re not good enough”

“You’re not praying hard enough”

“Maybe God doesn’t really love you”

When you’re facing mountains that need moving and the fear is taking over, stop. Breathe. Pray. Listen to your favourite worship songs. God will move that mountain how HE sees fit, and our faith needs to overcome our fear while we wait.

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Trusting when it’s hard

Can you discover the depths of God? Can you discover the limits of the Almighty?

We have all come to a place in our Christian walk where we have been completely confused by God’s actions. When we thought something should have happened a certain way and it didn’t. Sometimes this has us questioning God. But when we walk with God, we also begin to trust Him. Even when He doesn’t do things our way, we can trust that the way He will do it is actually the best way for us.

As hard as it can be, will you trust Him this week?

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