You’ll never know the truth about your circumstances until you hear a word from God. Too often, I’ve made the mistake of judging what God was like from my circumstances. It almost always led me to the wrong conclusions! If you use your circumstances to determine what God is like, you’ll end of with a wrong view of God.
Life is filled with highs and lows. We love the mountaintop experiences but dread the valleys when life can become dull, monotonous or filled with uncertainty and loss. Yet, I’ve found that, in the valleys, my experience with God has grown the most intimate.
This question troubles us all whenever we see the innocent suffer. C.S. Lewis has written a great book on it called The Problem of Pain, but there is a noticeable difference in his academic and theological approach when contrasted to his personal response of grief when his wife tragically died in a book he […]
Everyday we see so many forms of suffering. People who are bad and who are good, people who are young and who are old are all suffering. So why does God allow this to happen? The problem of pain has troubled theologians for centuries. Critics have used it in attempt […]