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Kingdom Principles Part 9 - What Happens When We Pray
Many in the world think they have “figured God out” – they know all about Him. He is mean, uncaring, distant, sadistic, judgmental, a “cosmic kill-joy,” etc. Yet as we have seen over the past two weeks, God is gracious and sovereign. These two aspects set Christianity apart from other world religions. Yet many in the world do not know the extent of God’s love for them. Therefore we (Christians) need to create a problem for those who think they have God all figured out – we need to show them God is personal.
Our world is a mess (just watch the evening news); yet God is sovereign. How does that compute? Quite often the last thing we (humans) want to do is "be still" - we are so prone to fix things. Yet there is such comfort in knowing that God is Gracious and that God is Sovereign. Yet for God's Sovereignty to be comforting some aspects of it must be understood. What can we learn from a Jewish perspective of God's Sovereignty in the book of Daniel?