Are you or someone you love struggling? Are you wondering, "Why is this happening? Where to turn for security? How to maintain hope? Whom to trust? Will faith wane?" Psalm 91 teaches us that we must encourage each other to experience a security of faith and to "fear no evil." From God's high place, nothing can take us out. Let us discover how we can overcome and endure whatever life brings us.
Comfort Comes From God
True healing comes when we mourn the wrong in our lives, the things that happen that really should not happen. When we mourn, we receive comfort. God comforts us with his presence, with his power, and because he understands our need. In this post, Ines shares that we all need God’s comfort, and we are called to share his comfort with others in our lives.
Roadmap to God’s Will; Trust God with the Future
One of the greatest dangers in our effort to discern the will of God is to make it into a method of discovering the future through divination or false religiosity. Our goal with this post-series is to focus on what the Bible teaches, not in order to figure out what our future might look like, but to understand what God wants us to know about Him and His will.
Roadmap to God’s Will ; Know Him and His Desires
Understanding language is crucial to understanding God’s word and His will. In this post, Ines gives us a look into the language of “will” and the heart of God, who desires for His creation and His people to be redeemed (John 6:40). Also in Jeremiah 29:11, He has plans for our welfare, not for evil. In order to do God’s will, we must know Him and His desires.
Roadmap to God’s Will; Walk with Confidence and Humility
We’re not on a search to know God’s will; we seek to know God, who graciously reveals His will. Worry is to be replaced with an earnest search to know God, His kingdom and His righteousness. While there is debate about how God shows us His will and how specific it may be, we can know that the ultimate calling for us as His children is to know Him and His desires.
Ideas that Bring Hope
Q ideas is one of our favorite organizations, because it challenges us to think beyond the walls of our circumstances and yet join God in His work right where we are. Because they have been so transformational in our life and thinking here at Trochia, we thought we’d share our favorite Q ideas pieces from 2012. Click to be inspired, and let us know what you think!