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  1. Geoff,
    I ran across your blog today and was greatly encouraged with your emphasis on Scripture to guide us through the trials of life. In a recent study of James 1, I was particularly moved by verse 1 which indicates that James audience included “the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad”. It is comforting to know that others before us have weathered the storms of life by trusting that’s God’s purposes for trials far exceeded their understanding. God’s Word is clear; we can go to Him (v. 5), we can ask for wisdom in the trials and pressures of life, and God will give “liberally” “exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think according to the power that worketh in us” (Eph. 3:20). God’s goal for us in all the trials and joys of life is “to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge” (Eph. 3:19).

    God Bless,
    Pastor Nate Bednar
    Atlanta, GA

  2. The words were just what my 23-year old daughter needed to hear today. I stumbled upon you by accident by googling “trust god in bad times.” I want to encourage you to maintain the website with more postings!

  3. Thank you for your word….. I’ve been going though alot lately… and Ive havent felt that GOD was with me….. But after reading your posting something touch my heart…. Thank you again….=)

  4. For some reason, I cannot access the comments from everyone…is there a change in the platform of your site? Thank you for your time and assistance. debbie

  5. Hello again,

    I have received emails letting me know that people have made comments, however, now when I click on it it just directs me to your home page. If I click on “see all comments” it just keeps directing me to the home page…also, if I click on the “highlighted” words, I keep getting routed to your home page.

    I have been a follower of your site for a couple of years, and felt led to pray for my fellow believers when they are reaching out….however, I cannot get to all the comments and replies now…not at all. Geoff, I can’t figure out why.

    Again, thank you for your time.

    In Christ,

  6. after thinking I didn’t need god for 3 whole months going through a trial 1 in a billion go through i broke down cried and turned to answer the internet. i found your blog. and realized god is what i need to feel secure and get strength and comfort. its still a little hard for me to fully grasp everything but all i know is that i need help and thats from my heavenly father.

  7. When things get tough it is easy to simply ask God to spare you from your troubles. Many of us are left in wonder when the answer to that prayer is “no”. After reading your post, I can see that by not sparing me the trouble he answered another one of my prayers. I haven’t felt God’s presence when I pray lately and I asked Him the other day to let me feel Him once more. My heart has been elsewhere and by needing Him in these times I am reminded of the most important thing in life, my relationship with God. I feel reassured by reading your message, that I have the strength to overcome my battles, and that God will provide a way. I too stumbled across your page by googling, “have faith in God” after wanting to take the easier route in life. I hope this encourages you to keep writing and I pray that your messages reach those who need them.

  8. After typing in a search listing all of my request to the Almighty God and the Holy Spirit your page popped up into my search page. I trust and rely on the Lord !!!! That when I ask I shall receive, and today I received an amazing absolutely amazing development. Listing faith as my major ingredient to cope with any and all struggles I’ve been making a list of what faith is? how faith works? why we need faith ? how to develop faith!! Thank you for providing answers to my prayer within a matter of milliseconds you’ve encouraged me to continue to write and to provide a list to the lead pastor at my church of all of these things that can strengthen the Christians faith with just a matter of turning a few pages thank you again for being a servant of the Lord rev. Charles Lheureux

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