Last week we started our series on faith discovering that, for many people, faith is flawed from the outset because they simply don’t ask God for His will. People decide what they want, pray for it, expect God to do as He’s told, then get mad at Him if He doesn’t perform to our expectations. He gets blamed if what we’ve prayed for doesn’t come true, even if He never promised us that!
Clearly faith is more complex than convincing yourself that something will happen. All the faith in the world you can muster won’t work if what you are believing for is wrong. And a tiny, sliver of faith in an omnipotent God according to His perfect will is a sure bet!
Last week we learned that true Biblical faith depends not on you, not on circumstances and not even on the outcome, whether it comes true or not, it depends on [...]