Posts Tagged: trusting God

Mirar al Futuro, Apoyándote en Dios

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En unos pocos días finalmente podemos decir: “¡Hasta la vista!” 2021. ¡Yay! Terminemos fuertes, confiando en Dios, mientras miramos con esperanza hacia el nuevo año. A medida que 2021 finalmente termina y cerramos nuestra serie de blogs Bridging the Gap, recordemos agradecer a Dios por estar con nosotros en todos los altibajos de este año… Read more »

Why God? Come and See!

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Come and see my Jesus. I heard about The Chosen television series about the ministry of Christ. Friends highly recommended it, but I didn’t expect much. I mean, how many ways can you tell the Jesus story? It’s been done many times before. And typically on a low budget, with marginal acting. So I didn’t… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios? ¡Ven y Mira!

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Ven a ver a mi Jesús. Escuché sobre la serie de televisión “Los Escogidos” The Chosen acerca del ministerio de Cristo. Mis amigos me lo recomendaron vehementemente, pero no esperaba mucho. Quiero decir, ¿de cuántas formas puedes contar la historia de Jesús? Se ha hecho muchas veces antes. Y por lo general con un presupuesto… Read more »

¿Por Qué Dios? Porque Él es Digno de Confianza

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A lo largo de las Escrituras se nos enseña a apoyarnos en el hecho de que Dios es digno de confianza. Debemos liberar nuestras mentes y corazones de preocupaciones. Debemos ceder el control (¡como si lo tuviéramos para empezar!). Debemos confiarle nuestras vidas. El universo es un lugar desordenado, lleno de fuerzas que escapan a… Read more »

Why God? Because He’s Trustworthy

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Throughout Scripture we are instructed to lean into the fact that God is trustworthy. We are to free our minds and hearts of worry. We are to give up control (as if we had any to begin with!). We are to entrust our lives to Him. The universe is a messy place, filled with forces… Read more »

Book of Ruth: 3 Lessons For Us

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Perhaps you are familiar with the Old Testament book of Ruth, a 4-chapter story layered with tragedy, blessings, and the reminder to trust God. Naomi, a Hebrew, along with her husband and two grown sons, forsakes her hometown of Bethlehem to escape a famine. The family settles into nearby Moab (modern day Jordan), for about… Read more »

Inspiration: Doubting Thomas

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For 50+ years, Josh McDowell Ministry has been leading seekers into a deeper knowledge of God’s truth and power. We offer you our accumulated knowledge and research to help you find truth and encouragement to live a healthy and whole life in Christ. What Doubting Thomas Teaches Us When we are uncertain, it can feel… Read more »

He Knows

John 6: The Feeding of 5,000 The miracle of Jesus feeding a crowd of more than 5,000 people has many lessons. But one currently stands out for me during these coronavirus times in which we live. “Some time after this, Jesus crossed to the far shore of the Sea of Galilee (that is, the Sea… Read more »

3 Reasons Suffering Serves a Purpose

Human suffering is arguably the most common and difficult problem raised against the goodness of God. Why does God allow us to be hurt and wounded? Isn’t suffering a bad thing? Doesn’t it point to an uncaring and distant God? Let’s look at three reasons that suggest that suffering may actually benefit us. For 50+… Read more »