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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 March 2013 )
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Psalm 60

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The feeling of being rejected by God can tempt us to look around for better options. When it seems like God does not care about us or has forgotten about us or worse has actually set Himself against, we can find ourselves in search of other comforts. ‘Maybe we have been wrong about God’s goodness or God’s sovereignty,’ we might think. ‘Maybe we were foolish to think that He would always satisfy. Maybe we should look for joy elsewhere.’ Our Christian friends will remind us: ‘God will never leave us or forsake us.’ But is that true? It sure seems like God does forsake us at times. So which is it? The truth is, the Bible teaches that God will ultimately never forsake His people. He is committed to saving His people and dwelling with them forever. Yet, that does not mean that there will not be times of ‘temporary forsaking’ or ‘divine rejection.’ The people of Israel experienced this on several occasions. Job faced this in His trials. And we see David going through this as well in Psalm 60 (and other psalms).

Last Updated ( Monday, 22 August 2016 )
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Last Updated ( Wednesday, 08 June 2016 )
Sharing the Gospel - Introduction

Sunday Evening, April 9, 2006

I.  Introduction:
 How would you answer the questions: How does a person become a Christian?  What is the gospel?  How can I be saved?  Why do I need to be saved?  All of these questions are important for us to answer as we come into contact with an unbelieving world.  Yet, at times, we find ourselves unable to articulate an answer (or at least an answer that we feel is appropriate).  Before I came as pastor here at Trinity, I was asked to possibly teach some on the issue of sharing our faith with others.  Thus, for the next few weeks, I want us to try and answer the above questions in a way that will aid us in sharing the gospel with our neighbors, family members, friends, co-workers, and even strangers.  Tonight I want to begin with a couple of introductory questions.

Last Updated ( Monday, 14 May 2007 )

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