Do you ever struggle to really, fully trust God?
I understand. When hard times come and it seems like God starts to deviate from the plan I’m assuming my life should follow, I’m much more likely to want to tame God… not trust Him.
Honestly, it’s moments like these when I press into my own ways, my own timing, and my own assumed better plan. I say I trust the Lord but then end up exhausted trying to keep everything under control in case He doesn’t come through.
If you can relate, join me in learning from some of the ancient kings in the books of 1 and 2 Kings in my new 6-week Bible study, Trustworthy. They, too, struggled with not trusting the Lord and following solutions of their own making. These crucial lessons from the kings are full of wisdom and warnings we must unpack, process, and apply to our own lives. And I want to do this together.
With Trustworthy: Overcoming Our Greatest Struggles to Trust God, you’ll learn to:
* Loosen the grip of trying to control people and circumstances in your life by taking steps today to truly rely on God.
* Identify your own trust issues with God and how to overcome them by unpacking pivotal, relevant life lessons from the kings of the Old Testament.
* Find relief from fear or doubt about how things will turn out with 10 scriptural truths you can declare over your situation right now.
Trustworthy doesn’t release until November 12th, but if you pre-order your copy through Proverbs 31 Ministries today, you’ll receive instant access to the first study video (filmed in the Holy Land) along with other exclusive resources!
Pre-order Trustworthy now.
Oh, friend… this is the Bible study you probably never knew you needed, but you’ll be forever grateful you did. This is the Bible study your soul longs to do because, after all, you were created to trust God. The only, true Trustworthy One.
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