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God will test your faith. For example in Genesis 22 1-14, we see how God tested Abraham. You may ask how are we tested. He gives us challenges (James 1:2-3), commands (Exodus 16:4), Responsibility (Luke 16:11), Conflicts (Luke 17:3-5), Confusion (Hebrews 11:17-19), and College (through teaching us). God tests us to show us that He provides to show us who we are and to show others whose we are.
Submitting to God's Word in light of contemporary challenges to our faith.
Since we all live in a fallen world, it should be natural for us to expect that we will experience some troubles and complications in life. As much as we hate to go through them, even for all of us who believe in Jesus Christ, it is unrealistic and unbiblical to think that our lives will be problem- free. Throughout the Bible, we will find remarkable men and women of faith who experienced times of great troubles.
Life is full of many challenges that raise many unanswered questions. Why did God allow this or that to happen? We all wrestle with the questions of why? The book of Job deals with the why's. Job's his calamities were not caused by his sin but he did end up sinning in his response to those challenges. It was a struggle between his faith in God and his pride. We often wrestle with the same issues. In our pride we think that we know better or our knowledge of how things should happen is right verses the wrong of what has happened. In it all we are challenged with having faith and trusting God in His perfection and care.
In this important teaching, Pastor Andy explains the reason for trials in this life. While trials and challenges are a part of life for everyone, the wonderful truth for the Christian is that we have been given power to overcome any difficulty.
Chester shares today about some of the challenges he has experienced, as well as some of his colleagues around the world.
How To Recognize Truth, Because It's Right In Front Of You.