Why doesn’t God intervene to rectify various earthly dilemmas? Philip Yancey presents a thought-provoking image of God’s perspective as a partial answer to that question.
God doesn’t need our bodies to access our minds. As Tennyson wrote in a poem, “closer is He then breathing, and nearer than hands and feet.”
Jesus presents the journey of faith as a personal pilgrimage begun in uncertainty and fragile trust. As we act according to God’s will we form common ground with Him and our assurance grows.
If you find yourself asking God why bad things happen in your life, this article is for you.
For many people, it takes the jolt of tragedy, illness, or death to create an existential crisis of faith. At such a moment, we want clarity while God wants our trust. How do we respond?