In the midst of the storm, we discover just what we really believe about God. All of our creeds and systematic theologies mean little when we come up against the reality of our own destruction. In the midst of the storm, we find out how much we trust that God is in control, that God is present somewhere, that God is listening.
It is inevitable that our lives send a message about the veracity of the gospel. It is also clear that society is hearing a message from evangelicals. Is it a message of justice, mercy, hope, peace, healing, and salvation?
After years of persecution, years of praying, years of crying out to God, years of waiting… God shows up and fights for his people just when all hope is gone.
It may never be ours here and now, but that doesn’t mean we throw in the towel on possibilities—possibilities and prayer, like the psalmist in the gorgeous Psalm 85.
Daily Scripture Texts Psalm 85:8-13 1 Kings 18:17-19, 30-40 Acts 18:24-28
Over the past four years, I’ve been part of a Theotogs group started by Western Theological Seminary. It is, as the name implies, dedicated …
God is good—always, good. But, he is not simple, nor simply “safe.”