Tag: trusting God
Freedom 5:one Ministries Financial Hotline- Coronavirus
Trouble shows up in a variety of way. Every kind of trial has it’s own unique set of challenges. Coronavirus is not only scary because of the obvious threats to our health. But, it also has the potential to effect our financial situation. As our leaders scramble to figure out what the next step is, it is important to remember that God still sits on His throne and that He loves and cares for us.
Sometimes it helps to talk through your situation with someone. If we can be of help during this time please give us a call or drop us an email. Continue reading “Freedom 5:one Ministries Financial Hotline- Coronavirus”
Can GOD be Trusted in our Old Age? Psalms 71
The western idea of retirement is an interesting one, and to be honest, it may be one of the weaker ones out there. We are supposed to take care of our kids, our aging parents, needs in our faith communities, and the larger communities that we live in. At the same time, we are supposed to stockpile enough savings to carry us through 10, 20, or sometimes 30 non-working years referred to as retirement. Additionally, we are expected to live a long, healthy life, independent of all assistance from our grown children, our church, or our government.
This is the American Dream for retirement, and for some, they have been able to be prepared in this manner. However, for many of us, this is the American Nightmare full of shame, regret, and tremendous pressure.
How we wish we could go back and talk to our 22-year-old self and plead with him or her to put more money aside, but we can’t. To our chagrin, our retirement days can be some of the scariest we have faced. Can God be trusted during these days? Continue reading “Can GOD be Trusted in our Old Age? Psalms 71”
What are you Asking For?
Sometimes life throws us for a loop and we are wondering if there are any advocates out there for us. Jesus is for us and is waiting to come to our aid.. here are some of our favorite verses on the topic! Continue reading “What are you Asking For?”