Jul 7, 2016

The Object of Our Faith

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Here's an excerpt from The Object of Our Faith, Burk Parsons' contribution to the July issue of Tabletalk:

Doubt is real, and we should not pretend it doesn't exist. We need to be honest about our doubts before God in prayer and before one another as we pray for one another. Nevertheless, we should not celebrate doubt. Doubt enters our minds for all sorts of reasons, but ultimately, doubt is fueled by the weakness of our flesh and the pride of our hearts. Worry, fear, and doubt are close companions, and they conspire together to try to destroy us. Doubt is one of the enemy's chief weapons in his arsenal as he seeks to undo us.

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