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PowerPoint - May 11, 2009

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May 11, 2009

No distrust made him waver concerning the promise of God, but he grew strong in his faith as he gave glory to God, fully convinced that God was able to do what He had promised.

--Romans 4:20-21

We learn in today’s passage from Romans that Abraham lived a life of unwavering faith. He followed God before he knew where God wanted him to go or why. He obeyed even when he didn’t understand. It wasn’t easy for him to do… and it’s not easy for us!

Abraham refused to allow distrust against God to lodge in his heart. He made a conscious decision to believe God, to trust Him and to obey Him… no matter what.

This can be a challenge when you are facing a seemingly impossible situation. But if you will trust Him, God will be faithful to you… just as He was to Abraham.

Don’t allow doubts, fears, or the negative influence of others to cause you to distrust the promises of God. Like Abraham, make a choice to believe your heavenly Father, and you will see Him work on your behalf.

MAKE A DECISION TO TRUST THE PROMISES OF GOD IN EVERY SITUATION. 


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