Posts Tagged Sovereignty of God

A Year of Uncertainty

A Year of Uncertainty

The year 2020 has rocked our world. In January, we never dreamed of being in the middle of a global pandemic, yet in March we began to see that this year was going to be anything but normal. As we spent three months at home, a sense of “normalcy” was missing. We longed to be face to face with friends and family, to worship together in person on Sundays, to travel and keep plans intact.

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Hope in the Midst of Dark Times

Hope in the Midst of Dark Times

I think we’re probably all familiar with the song, “This little light of mine. I’m gonna let it shine.” We tend to think of this song as a children’s song. But to be honest, the meaning of this song is just as much for adults as it is for kids. The challenge from this song is, are you going to let your light shine? Are you going to let the light of Christ in you

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If God is Sovereign, Why … ?

If God is Sovereign, Why ... ?

  If God is sovereign, why does He allow natural disasters and catastrophes? If God is in control of everything — the weather, the oceans, the earth — why does He allow innocent people to die because of earthquakes, floods, tornados, tsunamis? It’s a tough question and one we’ve probably all asked at some point in our lives. We don’t always understand why, but we can trust that God knows what He’s doing and He

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If Only I Had . . .

(This is a repost from 2012. As I’ve been working on a lesson on the sovereignty of God today, I was reminded of this post from several years ago. Thought I’d share it with you again.) Have you ever had a “would’ve, could’ve, should’ve” day? This is a day in which you second guess yourself and the way you did things because the results were not what you had hoped for. If I would have

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Life and Death

I’ve been thinking a lot about death lately. No, I’m not being morbid. But in the past two years, I have attended quite a few funerals and visitations for those who have gone home to be with the Lord. Some of these are parents of friends – parents who lived a long life. However, I’ve also attended funerals this past year of friends who were in the prime of their lives and were effectively serving

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A “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda” Day

A "Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda" Day

Have you ever had a “woulda, coulda, shoulda”day? This is a day in which you second guess yourself and the way you did things because the results were not what you had hoped for. If I would have done this… I should have done that… I could have done that, and wish I had… Things would be different if I would have… I had one of those days this past Friday as I had the

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