Quote by Jeffrey R. Holland: “God doesnt care nearly as much about where you...”
67 Reminders When You Feel Like God Doesn’t Care
Are you anything like me? When we hit the wall of faith, what tumbles down, often, is not the actions of our faith. In fact, sometimes, we can resurrect those even higher, wider and more diligently. But, many times, what tumbles is our underlying belief about God. Our trust of him.
Only having so many slicers. Only having a single cash register. Now serving Because of this, we hold off on fully immersing ourselves in reaching out to the Lord. We tend to shy away from asking for His direction, despite His call to seek guidance in all aspects of our life Matthew That person has a huge order. God definitely needs to serve them first.
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O Love that will not let me go, I rest my weary soul in thee, I give thee back the life I owe, That in thine ocean depths its flow May richer, fuller, be. After a long agony, those who reach this point of despair end up hollowing themselves out, and may also end up walking about the rest of their days as the living dead.
Does God care for me? In fact, I think there are a number of powerful reasons that can be advanced against the claim that God cares for you and me. In this post, I want to consider those reasons. I want to state them and put them under scrutiny. And in my next post, I want to consider the positive case for God.
All my life I felt like I am nothing and nobody wants me. I just want someone to love me. I want to matter to someone. I want to be important to someone. You really think He stopped loving you…or that God never loved you at all. I never thought He hated me or wanted to punish me. I spent time getting to know who Jesus really was.