In part 2 we will look at what the Bible reveals about committed Christ-followers enduring difficult circumstances like sickness, cancer, loss and depression. Why does God sometimes allow us to go through pain, shame and hardship even though we have prayed for help and healing? Come to River Rock this Sunday to be encouraged to live for Jesus through the good times and bad with faith instead of fear and with greater wisdom then Job’s less than helpful friends. You may even find peace when the world fears pandemics.
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Description from part 1 last week: There is a new movie coming out that tells the story of Christian musician Jeremy Camp and his wife as they struggled with their faith while hoping, praying and waiting for God to heal her of cancer. It has already been listed as one of the top ten romantic movies of the year by Seventeen magazine (they don’t usually do that for Christian films). I haven’t seen the movie but I have read their story and I do understand the struggle to keep walking in faith as you cry out to God for help. This seems like a great opportunity to take two Sundays to look at what the Bible says about enduring faith in the midst of sickness, pain, uncertainty, hardships and loss. Come to River Rock Church to be encouraged to have hope and hold on to your faith when it seems like everything is falling apart.
- Last Sunday March 1st “I Still Believe: When God doesn’t seem to Answer my Prayer” Click to Listen
- This Sunday March 8th “I Still Believe: When God allows me to go through Difficult Times”
10am Sundays at River Rock Church 330 S Market St in Belle Plaine