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“Asking Why“

Speaker: Troy Champ

Series: Meant for More

Primary text: Romans 12:12

Speaker: Troy Champ
Series: Meant for More
Primary text: Romans 12:12

Don't ask "Why?". Ask "Who?".

Have you found yourself crying or cussing a lot more these days? Maybe you’re asking God “why” as you take stock of the circumstances around you. Jesus doesn’t promise a problem-free existence. And when the troubles come, Romans 12:12 may be a helpful guide to set your mind right through the trial. “Be joyful in hope, patient in affliction, faithful in prayer.” The end of your story is already written—God may not give you all the details about your career, your love life, your kids, your health, or your biggest decisions. But he’s given you an advanced copy of the last page to your story, and if you’ve put your trust in him, you will live happily ever after. When it comes to your problems, don’t ask why, ask who. Turn your attention to God, who brings good from all things.

Other texts in this message: Revelation 21:3-4, Job 19:25-27


Song Recommendation:
“Sufficient for Today” by Maverick City

Book Recommendations:

Walking with God Through Pain and Suffering by Timothy Keller

The Heaven Promise by Scot McKnight

Verse for the Week: Romans 12:12

Prayer Requests:

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Worship Songs

Leaning On The Everlasting Arms (Everlasting Arms)
Elisha Albright Hoffman and Kirk Kirkland

Sufficient For Today
Dante Bowe, Maryanne J George, Tiffany Hammer, Pat Barrett & Joe L Barnes

Good Good Father
Anthony Brown and Pat Barrett

Way Maker
Osinachi Kalu Okoro Egbu

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Asking Why, Troy Champ, Meant for More, Romans 12:12, Don’t ask “Why?”. Ask “Who?”., Revelation 21:3-4, Job 19:25-27, Leaning On The Everlasting Arms, Sufficient For Today, Good Good Father, Way Maker.

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