I’m Fine With What I Don’t Know

I can’t logically prove every foundation of my faith true; if I could, I’d be able to invent it myself, and I’d have no need for God. God’s love, God’s providence, God’s promises: I trust those things not because my intellect has determined for me that they are certain, but because I believe that what God has said is true. [Click title to read more.]

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The Hawk In My Yard: Or, Why Some People Struggle To Believe

It’s at times like these that I understand why some people struggle to believe the Bible, and to believe God. I don’t think it’s just because of innate skepticism or because they can’t bring themselves to believe in what they perceive to be myths; I think they’re afraid it’s too good to be true. [Click title to read more.]

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Is A Little Enough?

I struggle with only knowing a little. Especially lately. Convinced that God is working out a grand plan for my life, I am nonetheless enormously frustrated that I can only see one tiny corner of it. The rest of the picture is obscured from view. And frankly, I grow resentful from time to time. [Click title to read more.]

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