Luke 10:38-42 sermon
What does the Bible say about being disappointed with God?
As Christians, it’s okay to be disappointed with circumstances. We can even be disappointed with things that God allows. But we should never be disappointed with God himself because then we are saying our will is better than God’s will.
Why would a loving God allow you to feel lonely?
All of us are on a journey with the Lord. When we put our faith in Jesus, we are born into a new life (John 3:16). But we don’t know all we need to know, we don’t possess all the maturity we need to possess, and we are not yet fully capable of walking in the callings God has for us in the years ahead.
According to Scripture, God will never abandon a Christian, “Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you,” (Hebrews 13:5, NIV).
So why does it sometimes feel like God has abandoned you? Here are 4 possible reasons.
1 Corinthians 10:31
You will feel conflicted, stressed, and unhappy when you know there is disconnected between your human relationships and your desire to glorify the Lord. But when you are finally able to be in a relationship with another human and you know this relationship is pleasing to the Lord, the joy that is produced is immense.
While God is always in control and will always accomplish his will (Ephesians 1:11), God allows us to make choices, even bad choices that lead to us missing out on good that he wanted to give us (Galatians 6:7-9).
God doesn’t bless us with good because we deserve it. Rather, all good from God comes by grace. However, God does wait to bless us until we are mature enough to handle the blessings he wants to give us.
Here are three things you must never say to God.
Here are 4 reasons God always waits for us to put him first before he will bless us.
1 Timothy 6:4-7
If you want to be blessed by God, here are 4 things he will tell you to remove from your life.