Recently I’ve been writing about doubt. In Part 1, I wrote about our all-too-human ability to create doubt. In Part 2, I wrote about how doubt is a normal part of the lives of the faithful, especially when we’re facing failure. In Part 3, I reflected on how even our Biblical ancestors doubted, even though they were eye witnesses to God’s miracles, signs, and wonders. And in Part 4, I wrote about how the wonder of Creation can alleviate doubt and clearly remind us of God’s sovereignty.
There is still another kind of doubt. Sometimes we doubt God’s purpose. Maybe we don’t doubt His existence or His sovereignty. But we still doubt that He knows what He’s doing! Continue reading