Is It Okay for Christians to Doubt?
Do you know anyone who has questions about God? Of course, most of us know at least one person, who is doubting their faith. And at times, we might even find ourselves in a time of wondering if God hears our prayers.
It’ll Be Okay: Finding God When Doubt Hides the Truth is a raw, honest look at these concerns and a few others. I’ve experienced how God’s truth breaks through lies and am praying for God’s truth to break through the smokescreen of doubt for many through the message of this book.
Is it okay for Christians to doubt?
When we don’t get answers or see God’s guiding hand, it’s hard to keep praying or walking forward in faith. Difficult times often cloud our perspective. Does God see me? Does he hear me? Does he care? Many Christians confuse doubt with unbelief and are afraid to admit those fears, but God is not threatened by our questions, and doubt does not negate our faith.
Our doubts express a yearning to be sure of what–and who–we trust. When our questions are answered by trust, faith is fed and our doubts transform into deeper belief that pushes us toward a decision.
- When we address doubt head-on, faith can grow.
- God has a plan in the good and bad that life brings.
- God can heal our wounds and turn our past mistakes around.
Join nationally-known Bible teacher Sheryl Giesbreacht Turner as she guides you toward a deeper understanding of the role doubt plays in your spiritual growth–and how learning to ‘doubt your doubts’ enables faith to prevail.