Maybe it’s the influence of our culture or maybe it is our own insecurities, but for some reason many of us have come to this conclusion: because our relationship with Christ is deeply personal that is must also be deeply private.
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Recently I was journaling on Mark 5. I’ve probably read this story a dozen times, but this time something sparked a question in my mine. In verse 32 it says, “But he kept looking around to see who had done it.”
When was the last time someone asked you about your faith?
Have you ever heard the futility in the statement, “Miracles just don’t happen anymore!” It’s usually spoken in the midst of extreme circumstances—as people struggle relationally, financially, physically, or medically. I hear individuals at the end of their rope, desperate for something… anything, but at the same time, also resolved to the hopelessness and helplessness of their life’s situation.
After hearing Pastor Marty’s sermon this past Sunday on “Fatherology,” I began to think about God as the Father.
Then I ask, what does it mean when we say that God is our Good, Good Father?