Powered by 4 - June 3, 2017

Saying What's True

Today's reading: Psalm 11:1-7

When bad things happen to us or there are wrongs taking place around us that just don't make sense, there's a temptation to question and doubt God, and turn away to follow our own thinking. That's what we see with David at the beginning of Psalm 11:1-3. But David is able to push this temptation aside by proclaiming what he knows is true of God (verses 4-7).

How does stating what you know is true about God (verbally, through journaling, reading scripture passages aloud) help you push aside the temptation to doubt God and take matters into your own hands? What encouragement do you draw from verses 4-7? Tami

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