Leveraging Your Doubt - Part 1

Air Date: 5/5/20 - Do you ever feel guilty about having doubt?  The truth is, doubt actually helps to strengthen your faith!  Bible Teacher Nat Crawford shares this important concept with a look at a New Testament character who brought all he had to Jesus.  Arnie Cole and Cara Whitney share their perspectives as well in our continued series, “Choosing Faith Over Fear.”

Back to the Bible Presents: Nat Crawford 

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Tara said if our prayers could change Gods mind our suffering was for nothing. I don't think a Christians suffering is ever for nothing. God uses our suffering. My wife was in ICU for 6 weeks with HLH and seemed to be coming back. She was off the respirator and communicating with me through notes but then God took her. It was like getting the mules attention by hitting it on the head with a 2 by 4. God really has my attention now and has drawn me so much closer to him. And I don't think she would mind at all that she went through suffering for me. Especially being with Him now. God knows how to use things for His purposes.
God loves us no matter the struggles that we all go through. We just need to believe that the Lord will meet us right where we are at. Thank Abba Father!!!!
I really appreciates today's teaching,it has given a whole new perspective on the term doubt.
Yes! Our doubts are natural and good, if followed to truth. Sometimes we don't like the truth, but Jesus said that the truth will set us free.
If you could spend 10 minutes with any person (dead or alive) and ask them 1 question, who would it be and what question would you ask them?
Hey Nat! Thank you for this message today. So encouraging to know that I am not alone in my doubts and that they can make my faith stronger!
With doubts will make us stronger in our faith. I am begining to understand.