Dealing With Opposition, Challenges, Regrets and Fears
Today on Relentless Truth, John continues in Colossians as the Apostle Paul discusses unity, false teaching and how to walk by faith.
▼ Show Notes

In this episode of Relentless Truth, I discuss the struggles that we all face. It can seem that the world is a dark place, and it can even appear that the darkness is rapidly increasing. Whether we follow the news, our friend groups, social media, our vocation, and even in our families, we can become inundated with the sense that we are facing opposition on almost every front. This can lead to guilt, fears, regrets, and other incredibly challenging, negative emotions. 

Psalms 3, 4, and 51

We discuss Psalms 3,4, and 51 in this impactful episode. David faced opposition but relied on God. David faced challenges but trusted God. David faced his own sin but repented and relied on God. We see in Psalm 51 that David knew God. He knew God’s character. So, as he repented, he didn’t half-heartedly apologize. Instead, he acknowledged his sin and who he is before God. And then, he beautifully affirms that God is truthful, wise purifying, joy imparting, cleansing, creating, renewing, near to us, restoring, and sustaining. David affirms that after repenting and acknowledging God’s promises, he can teach transgressors God’s ways, and sinners will return to Him.

God is The Same Yesterday, Today, and Forever

Be encouraged that regardless of your challenges and the negative emotions they bring, God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. We can trust in Him just as David did. He is changeless, and He is entirely sufficient.

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“Be encouraged that regardless of your challenges and the negative emotions they bring, God is the same yesterday, today and forever.  We can trust Him just as David did.  He is changeless, and He is entirely sufficient.”

John Warren