Sugar Abba

Sugar Abba

Scripture(s): Romans 8:35, 37-39

There are those times when believing in God seems so difficult because we pray and wonder why our prayers are not answered.  We see and experience suffering and tragedy; yet, wonder where God is and why does he tolerate suffering.  How do we make sense of all this?  So often we want to trust and believe in God but when the aforementioned things happen we often doubt God cares or even if he is there at all.  So often we say we want to believe in God or do we just want to believe in our version of Him?  Join us in this 4-week series God Didn’t, I Can’t, as we challenge what belief in God truly means and how when he doesn’t meet our wishes and desires, it is actually a good thing.  Join us as we find out why.

In week #1, we look at if God loves us and cares so much, why doesn’t He do what we want Him to do.  Obviously, if he really cares He should do what’s best and we know what’s best for us.  Jesus told us to pray calling God “Abba”  or Daddy.  If God is our Daddy in heaven then Daddy needs to take care of us.  We need this now and what we really need is a Sugar Abba.

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