Why does God allow us to struggle? One of the best men to look at when seeking to answer this question is the Apostle Paul.
Paul struggled a lot in his life and ministry. Thankfully he was also very open about his struggles. By studying what Paul wrote in the Bible, we can discover at least three reasons God allows us to struggle.
Here are 3 signs God is saying to let go and trust him more.
Here are 3 signs God could be telling you “It’s time.”
Here are 3 false signs that God will not use when he is revealing who he wants you to marry.
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1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
I’ve talked about the two different types of “God’s will” in a few other articles of mine, so I won’t do a full teaching on that here again.
Sometimes God’s answer is not a “yes” or a “no” to a relationship question you have but rather God is saying “not yet.”
Here are 3 signs God really is sending you confirmation about an important decision in your life.
God calls all people to trust his timing, but there are seasons in life where this is especially important.
What does the Bible say about “signs” from God? Does God really speak through signs? Should Christians look for “signs” from God or is this unbiblical?