Jamie explains how God’s strength is made perfect in our weakness. He points out that Sampson, the Old Testament hero, didn’t get his strength from his hair but from God. We must exchange our human strength for dependence on the Lord.
In our weakness, God’s strength is made perfect. Using the example of Sampson, Jamie points out that Sampson’s strength did not come from his hair but from God. We must exchange our human strength for dependence on God.
Jamie teaches on the story of Job and the dilemma we sometimes encounter when we know we serve a good and loving God, however, like in the case of Job, there are times when terrible things happen to us.
Do you know that God has a purpose for your pain? He knows all of our troubles and He has a purpose for everything that happens to us. Trust God. He is at work in your life.
Have you ever set out to pray for something and the exact opposite happens instead? Jamie has 3 words for you: Don’t Give Up. Remember, God is on our side and He is watching over us. We just need to begin to look at all things through His eyes with eternity in mind. God desires that we see as He sees, understand as he understands, and to live by faith.