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Sometimes God‘s timing just does not make sense to us. When hard situations last way too long and our deepest prayers seem to go unanswered, we often wonder, “What is God doing?”
But thankfully, the Bible is full of people who have experienced the same thing. They had to learn to trust God‘s ways and His timing, and their stories can help us trust God too.
GIVEAWAY ALERT: You can win the book A Faith That Will Not Fail by this week’s podcast guest. Keep reading to find out how!
What do you do when you believe and have faith in God, and yet He doesn’t answer your prayers in the way you’d hoped? How do you trust Him when your world is falling apart?
Well, as a three-time head and neck cancer survivor, Michele Cushatt knows what it’s like when everything begins to crumble. But today, she shares how she found hope in her darkest moments—and how you can too!
How can I learn to pray? How can I grow in contentment when I’m single but would rather be married? How can I overcome the same old fears? How can I trust God with the people I love when they don’t believe in Him?
Whew! Good questions, right?
Well, today on the 4:13 Podcast, we are sitting around the bistro table at Fresh Grounded Faith answering those questions and many more.
A few days after an ordinary Valentine’s Day, Cindy Beall’s life changed forever. She listened with disbelief to her husband’s confession of a pornography addiction, numerous affairs, and the startling news that a woman was pregnant with his child.
How in the world do you rebuild trust when your marriage is shattered?
Do you ever struggle with trusting God when your life doesn’t go according to plan? Oh, friend, I think a lot of us do! And, in 2020, none of our lives have gone as we’d hoped or expected.
Sometimes difficult situations and challenging circumstances pull us down. And, when they do, it’s easy to get discouraged and want to quit, isn’t it? Maybe that’s where you are right now.