A Daily Word - May 20

May 20

… my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus. -Philippians 4:19

Indignation and protest twist through contemporary culture like choking vines. “Can’t anyone understand who I am? I’ve got legitimate needs. Doesn’t anyone care?” go the plaints of the angry. But if we live by the promises of God we won’t get upset when other people ignore our needs. Our supply doesn’t come from them, but from God. An unhealthy co-dependence occurs when our happiness depends on how others view and treat us. Drawing on God’s supply delivers us from preoccupation with our needs and anger with people who seem to fail to recognize them. 

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Endure Suffering with Unwavering Faith

Dr. Ed Young looks to the book of Job in his CD series, Overcoming Tough Times, and finds answers to the question we all ask in the face of suffering: “Why is this happening to me?” Dr. Young helps you answer this question through the five messages in this series, including:

“The Purpose of Suffering”
“How NOT to Comfort”
“The Great Question”
“The Great Affirmation”
“The Source of Wisdom”

Overcoming Tough Times is our gift to thank you for your donation to The Winning Walk, so please give generously now. And may you be encouraged to face your own suffering with unwavering faith.

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