Everyone is divided. Everyone is easily offended. Cancel culture. Fake news. Hate on social media. It seems like God just is letting the craziness, hate, and pain loose and He is not even stepping in to stop it. We cannot allow our opinions or views of people from believing that God is still good.
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Everyone is divided. Everyone is easily offended. Cancel culture. Fake news. Hate on social media. It seems like God just is letting the craziness, hate, and pain loose and He is not even stepping in to stop it. We cannot allow our opinions or views of people from believing that God is still good. Our beliefs, opinions, values, news, political party affiliation, has to align with God and His Word. If it doesn’t, then it is not of God, therefore not good.

 

We also bring up another struggle in believing God is still good: we desire something that has not come or happened. If we desire something to happen in our life, like a boyfriend or girlfriend to someday marry “the one”, a job, start a family, get into college you want and more. But, if it doesn’t happen or it is delayed, we can tend to say that God is not good to us. This is such a dangerous mindset that can lead to destruction. He is a God who WE serve, not Him serving us.

 

We want to talk about this topic because we think that it is relevant to today’s times. Among the chaos in this world how can we find God amidst of it and how do we know He is listening? Or is it still good? There are several cases in the bible where the world seemed to be lost and in trouble.

 

Bible sections mentioned to implement: Philippians 3:18-21; John 15:18-21; Psalm 37:4 (read this correctly); 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18;

STUDY & READ Psalm 43.


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