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Dealing with Doubt

There are times in life when, even to mature believers, things don’t make sense. Maybe something happened which left you scratching your head and saying, “Where was God in all of this?” Or maybe you were praying about something and God just seemed to be silent. It seemed to you as though God was sitting on His hands or dragging His feet. Moments of doubt have you wondering if God is paying attention. Pastor Greg explains that everyone has moments of doubt; so you are not alone! John the Baptist’s moment of doubt gives us some practical steps for “Dealing with Doubt.”

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