The Importance Of Trusting God

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through message of love and kindness. It is the church main reason why their behavior of this sort is sown.
The church must seek to bear fruit of love and compassion in the lives of those losing faith in God. Faith is important and powerful in every unexpected situation in anyone’s life here on earth. If the church present itself unrelated to losing faith, how might a person be reach that has lost faith? Obviously, the church cannot give up on reaching the hurting. Time, effort, and presence saves a person in emotional turmoil. The act of providing the necessity of caring in someone’s life opens the blinded mind and eyes closed to God in darkest. The church purpose is to make a difference to believers as well as unbelievers. Tradition has held the peoples of God bound because of the way the needs were being met through the church.
It is time the church improves on, the cares of the victims during a moment of unexpected crisis by becoming more educated and trained in the approach to an unexpected crisis. The education and training will help in recognizing barriers during the unexpected crisis. Some people are silent, which is a barrier. Some people may feel, depending on the circumstance; it is their
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The writer of the book title, Peace Maker records, “Trusting God does not mean that we will never have questions, doubts, or fears. Trusting God means that despite our questions, doubts, and fears we draw on his grace and continue to believe that he is loving, that he is in control, and that he is always working for our good.” In other word, people of God must trust God even when it does not feel good. Furthermore, people of God must find internal peace. Internal peace is a sense wholeness, contentment, tranquility, order, rest, and security. Genuine internal peace cannot be directly obtained through our own efforts; it is a gift that God gives only to those who believes in his Son and obey his commands, (1 John 3:21-24,
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