Seeking and Finding
A Christian who seeks knows there is an answer to her problems. Christians really should not go around saying that they see no way out of their problem. First of all, there is a way out. God always makes a way out. Second of all, we should not go about speaking negatively about our lives in a way that makes God a liar. How can a child of God who is blessed with God's wisdom within dare say that there is no answer to her problems? Those who seek believe that every problem has a solution and every request for wisdom will be answered by a God who upbraideth not. We may not see the answer before us. But we know it exists. We know that our God reveals the secrets of people’s hearts and gives understanding to the simple. Unlike others who have no hope, Christians never despair for solutions. We are God’s people and He speaks to us in dreams, through Scripture, through the counsel of good people, through circumstances. Like discoverers and inventors, Christians are always ready to receive insight and wisdom that help us find our way out of the dark, even when human logic tells us there is no way.
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- Mammon in film
- Haggai and Zechariah
- Then I remembered
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- A terrified kind of life
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- Summer 2008 Religious Films
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- The Road to Lost Innocence
- Some books Christians might read if debating atheists
- Divine Healing by Andrew Murray
- Body Prayer
- You God See Me
- Andrew Wommack healing conference
- Ask Seek Knock: Part 3: Knock
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- so these are my people?
- Is tomorrow promised?
- Verses on my mind
- There is Death in the Pot
- If you confess
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