Carter Moss - November 14, 2020
Looking Backward to Move Forward (Habakkuk 3:1 - 15)
Sometimes we look back at the “good old days” and wish we lived in those times. But how can we use the past to help propel us forward? What if we were actually born for this time? Listen in as we are inspired to grab hold of God’s strength to embrace the opportunities of today!
From Series: "When God's Gone"
Have you ever looked at the state of the world and wondered if God abandoned everything? If it feels like God is gone, that is how the prophet Habakkuk felt, too. The kingdom of Israel was divided, the monarchy belonged to the “glory days” of the past. The northern and southern kingdoms of Israel (Judah and Israel) were perennially ruled by kings who neglect God’s instruction. It felt like no one was following after God, and the world’s circumstances were spiraling out of control downward. But God is not gone. He has never abandoned the world and never will. Join us for a unique series as we are encouraged to live by faith even when we don’t see the full picture.
More From "When God's Gone"
|Struggling with God (Habakkuk 1:1 - 2:1)||Carter Moss||October 31, 2020||Watch|
|Waiting on God in the In-Between (Habakkuk 2:2 - 20)||Mike Quinn||November 8, 2020||Watch|
|Looking Backward to Move Forward (Habakkuk 3:1 - 15)||Carter Moss||November 14, 2020||Watch|