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Ask…  But Watch Your Words! — 4 Comments

  1. Every great man of God in the Bible at one time or another has said “My God, My God, why has thou forsaken me”.The trials for Job lasted over 10 years. God said, he knew us before the foundation of the earth, yet in the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. That means we were already with God before creation. That’s why now we have so many questions. God does leave his children to their own demise and often allows Satan to torment His children in the hope that they will remember who they are.  God does know the plans that He has for us but we still have a choice and many will not see those plans come into being because of our choices.

    • I have a question brother Chris,
      I have heard before that when we receive Christ as Lord, we relinquish all our rights to Him including our will, which is also why Jesus said Father please take this cup of suffering from me, YET NOT MY WILL, BUT YOURS BE DONE.

      So I guess my question is, what do you believe? Also if we are to surrender our will back to God as Jesus did, do you think we have to do it with every single choice we make?
      I would really appreciate the truth God taught you on this, since it seems to be something I am facing and hearing about a lot lately.
      God bless you
      Your sister
      Autumn

  2. I believe God taught me long ago that if I can stop in the midst of a trial and ask God why He is allowing it, then it would get my attention off the trial and put my eyes back on Jesus. Kinda like when Peter walked on water, took his eyes off Jesus and started looking at the waves and then started to sink. It took for him to look back to Jesus to be helped…

    We need the Holy Spirits help of course to stay focused on Jesus at all times. Because when the waves come it’s pretty distracting. And we can do NOTHING apart from the vine.

    I love You God, thank You for loving us so much that You left Your Holy Spirit to help us. Glory be to Your holy name. The name above all names, JESUS.

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