In episode 113,we find ourselves in a new series, “Sitting in suffering”. How do we hold to hope when the hardship seems too much and God seems too distant? Lauren had been authentically seeking God when things began to hit — the loss of a friend, unexplained pain, the loss of a relationship — and at the hardest moment she found herself questioning God, something she never wanted to do. It was in this questioning, though, that she discovered her doubt wasn’t in the true God, and that He was actually with her, at work on abundantly more.
How might God be inviting you to see Him accurately?
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