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It can take less than a pound to kill a ton of trust.
If we really believed that God is all-wise and all-loving, we would say ‘thank you’ when He doesn’t give us what we ask.
Barking at buoys? We would do better to ask God to teach us why they are there, and receive the lessons He sends.
Over all, it is worthy of notice that the foundational way to combat this wrong “fretting” over the wicked is to set our trust in the Lord (obediently, delightedly, confidently, patiently, and faithfully). Continue reading
All is never over in the service of the Lord. Don’t stay shipwrecked. You’re needed on board, and your Master expects you on board. The only thing worse than being shipwrecked is staying there. Continue reading
Heaven will be better than you can possibly imagine, because God is better than you are at imagining good things.Whatever you can think of that would make Heaven good, God will make it better than that.