Doubt is an Opportunity to Strengthen Faith

Series: Liturgies: The Rhythms We Live By

Wichieng WetnyangranMarch 5, 2023Lent

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Passage: Psalms 77:1-20

Doubt doesn’t mean that you don’t believe, and it doesn’t mean that you don’t have faith. Doubt is a symptom of our sinful nature and the fact that we are separated from our Creator. It is not a sin in and of itself, but when we cling to it and accept it’s lies, sin is often the result. The authors of the psalms we’re reading today express their doubt in pleas to God for mercy and deliverance. Then, instead of sinking further into their despair, they finish their psalm by proclaiming their faith in God. Every one of us have that choice when we begin to doubt. Will I respond in doubt, or will I remember God’s faithfulness in my past and rely on Him again in the future? Like Asaph, “I will reflect on all You have done and meditate on Your actions.”

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