Entries Tagged 'Suffering'

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Discarded (August 7, 2022)

During the most painful moments in our life, we often ask God if he is even there. However, even in the darkness, God is present and at work.

Distressed (July 31, 2022)

Sure, all things work out for the good, but that doesn’t make it any easier to go through. Even Jesus who knows the future, and knows the joy that lay ahead, became distressed at what came before the joy.

Dismissed (July 24, 2022)

Being dismissed is hardest when it’s by those who know you best. However, Jesus empathizes with your pain and promises security in his presence.

Songs for Our Temple (Week 30: Ps. 88-90)

Jason takes us through Psalms 88-90, which help us to understand God’s presence with us, even when it feels very dark.

Disappointed (July 17, 2022)

Don’t let disappointment steal the hope you have in God. In His last days, Jesus experience disappointment when what was best was traded for what is less. However, these disappointments can create divine appointments with God.

Waiting for God, Not Godot (July 10, 2022)

The familiar verse “the righteous will live by his faith” is quoted multiple times in the New Testament to remind us of God’s grace through faith. But, it’s point doesn’t stop there — it also assures us of God’s faithfulness in times of trouble.

So Many Questions (July 3, 2022)

Like Habakkuk, we often wonder why God leaves us waiting in the midst of things that just aren’t how they should be. Why does evil prosper? Why does God allow his people to suffer? How do we process these things?

The Psalm of Jesus's Suffering

Pastor Gene begins a short series on the life of Jonah.

Why Do People Suffer? (May 22, 2022)

We struggle to get our heads around why God allows suffering. How do we make sense of what happens in our world?

Songs for Our Temple (Week 9: Psalms 25-27)

Join Pastor Tim on this uncertain week in our world, we turn to the next three Psalms, which remind of us God’s faithfulness to His people.

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