Nobody likes being told what to do. We often resist obedience because we know WHAT we’re supposed to do, but not WHY we’re supposed to do it. Many of us possess a segmented view of Jesus. We love the concept of Jesus being our Savior but hesitate to make Him Lord of our lives. Jesus isn’t restricting us from something; He is leading us somewhere. Following Jesus begins with trust, but it always ends with obedience. It’s not about obtaining knowledge; it’s about the application. Seasons of adversity come and go, but there is a way to stand firm among them. Building our lives upon Him enables us to navigate the storms that we face.
When Life Give You Lemons - Part Two
August 2, 2020 • Gerald Fadayomi
When Life Gives You Lemons - Part One
July 26, 2020 • Gerald Fadayomi
In seasons of adversity, we often ask the question: “Why?” We wrestle with why we are in the situation we are in. Why hasn’t God stepped in yet? Why did it have to be us? "Why?” may not be the right question to ask under challenging circumstances. There are three better questions we can ask ourselves when adversity comes our way. These questions will help you walk through seasons of depression, heartache, anxiety, anger, pain, and loss. They will help you gain perspective, experience peace, and even find joy amid uncertainty. Lemons can be turned to lemonade and used to refresh others.