On Sunday we are concluding our series called Can you see Him?
Last week we spoke about how we don’t have to understand everything to believe in something.
I have always loved the verse from Romans 11:33, which reminds us “Oh, how great are God’s riches and wisdom and knowledge! How impossible it is for us understand his decisions and his ways!” As the blind man said, “I don’t know whether he is a sinner…But I know this: I was blind and now I can see!”
When we trust God, we don’t have to understand everything, we need to have faith that he has been at work, is at work and will continue to work in our lives if we are his followers in word and actions.
This Sunday we are going to look at how we can see God in those difficult times. Sometimes when we endure difficulties we tend to listen to the opinion of others rather than listening to God. Have a think about a time when you missed an opportunity for God to work in your life because you were discouraged by others opinions?
Our God is at work and I for one don’t want to be blind to this; I long to see and see clearly.
Looking forward to seeing you there.