God Is Bigger Than Your Problem Pastor Billy Robertson 14 January 2018
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artist: Pastor Billy Robertson
title: God Is Bigger Than Your Problem!
album: Pastor Billy Robertson
year: 2018
genre: Sermon (id None)
Trials, troubles, temptations, problems, disappointments, hurts, betrayals -- life is sometimes tough and often tougher than we want or expect, but when all we do is focus on the troubles, that is all we see.  That is the fate of those who do not have the Lord of all the earth as their Savior,  whose eyes and interests are tied to this place and time.  Without Christ, they are shortsighted and they have only the shadows of this life to see.  They are held entrapped by their circumstances. That is not the believer's fate.  The eyes of the believer are not just physical and only emotionally tied to this life, but are open to see into the spiritual world beyond. Our God is not held down by our circumstances and neither are we.  He is above them, beyond them, and has a purpose in allowing them to happen to us.  Our faith does not guarantee a trouble-free, wealthy life, but it does guarantee that any trial He allows has a higher purpose, perhaps reasons we may not in this life understand, but that will cause us to be perfectly and fully developed, growing us -- in some places hardening us to the enemy, in others building in us deep resources of compassion.  Trials are promised.  They are not "ifs"; they are "whens" and when they do occur, our task as believers is to, like Job,  worship the Creator and trust that it will all be someday explained and will make perfect sense.  Remember, stay humble, fall before God, and the worship of Him will bring the answer to you.​   Access Pastor Billy's sermon notes at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YHeUIU3CJg6Pme7dR0-J1U1GnfW-Vfh_ELnvEdwVZs4/edit?usp=sharing   Watch his sermon at https://www.facebook.com/CovenantBibleFellowship/videos/1369510286511640/   Copyright 2018  All Rights Reserved

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