Job 38:1,8-11; Psalms 107:23-26,28-31; II Corinthians 5:14-17; Mark 4:35-41
We’re all on a faith journey. That’s why we’re here today, most of us. And most of us have experienced the twists and turns and detours we encounter along the way. Here is one man’s remarkable description of his journey of faith:
At the age of four I knew that God was everywhere. I spoke to Him, and sometimes He listened with sympathy. It was an unforgettable occasion in boyhood when He sent me a bicycle, with a coaster brake.
As I grew toward manhood, the more I learned, the less I believed in God. I told myself that He had been invented by ancients who feared the eternal darkness of death. My superior intellect told me that God was…
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