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© Shawn Hempel – Fotolia.com In a book I was reading this week, there was a distinction made between faith and assurance. The author certainly asserted that not only is there such a thing in the Bible as assurance, but that it is most earnestly to be desired and sought. However he made it clear that in his opinion, and the opinion of many authors (he quoted 30!),…
As a Christian, I thought “What will I regret on my deathbed, or what should I do more of now to avoid those regrets?” Surely I won’t ever regret not just pleasing myself or just seeking after fleeting happiness.
What if you weren’t sure that you would be raised from the dead? What if you had doubts? What if you thought that this life may well be all there is? Perhaps you would have a foot in both camps. Perhaps you would live as if this life is all there is, but try and be a Christian at the same time. What would that look like? ****THANK-YOU FOR SUBSCRIBING****
Doubt should not necessarily be viewed as a bad thing. In itself, it should not be condemned in our lives. Rather, it is our response to doubt that is important. How we respond to it will highlight where God stands in our lives, and the true nature of our hearts before God and others.
Do you ever wonder why God called you to do something for Him? There are many reasons why God shouldn’t have called you, or me, or anyone else for that matter, but God doesn’t wait until we are perfect to call us.