May 20, 2018 – Mike Ashcraft
When we quit trusting God cares, provides for us and loves us unconditionally, we quit obeying. And when we quit following, we stop believing that God has a grander purpose for the struggles we face. We often forsake the very thing (FAITH) that can sustain us through our encounters with temptation. The validity of the struggle isn’t the main issue, but rather what our attitude is in the midst of the battle. What we fill ourselves with after facing temptation is critical to how we recover. We need to create space for recovery. As we tend to our hearts, we learn how to respond differently when temptation rears its ugly head again. By strengthening our faith, we activate a sustaining source that we can rely on no matter what comes our way.Message
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