Sometimes life takes twists and turns that end us up in a place we never expected. The opposite of what we have prayed and hoped for. What do you do when expectations turn into disappointments?
“In Due Time” 1 Peter 5:6; doesn’t have to be a mystery. Don’t be a prisoner or imprison your family to the disappointment of unmet expectations.
Everyone struggles with disappointment at some point. We all suffer pain and loss at different times. The temptation that many of us face when things haven’t turned out like we expected is to blame God. Accusing God is one of the worst things we can do as Believers because it brings us into agreement with the demonic realm. Listen to this powerful teaching by Pastor Jason as he shares three things we can do when we are facing disappointment.
After waking from a coma to find that he could no longer raise his head or take an unassisted step, Tracy Hays knows what it’s like to face disappointment when confronted with unexpected outcomes. Listen as Tracy shares the truth that “God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.” (Romans 8:28) Referencing his own experiences, as well as looking into the life of Joseph, Tracy encourages us to accept the past, embrace the present and look expectantly toward the future.
According to Luke 1:37, all things are possible with God. Would you be surprised if I told you that just because all things are possible with God, that doesn't mean God can do all things? While God's power is unlimited in reference to things that are in accordance with His divine nature, He still cannot do anything that is contrary to His divine nature. There are some things God cannot do because of who He is. The issue is not power, the issue is nature. Here are three examples of things that God cannot do.....