Panic Podcast: Doubt and Faith, Part 1

Top o’the morning to all you saints of God.  I’ve been studying about faith and doubt lately, especially in the lives of different men and women in the Bible.  Abram, later known as Abraham, is a good example of man of faith, and a man of doubt.  He did some amazing things based on God’s promises, and he also did some monumentally stupid things because he did what he thought was right at the time as opposed to sticking with God’s plan.  Does that sound like you?  So, let’s take a look at a few incidents in the life of this great man and see if we can learn some lessons to make our journey of faith make a little more sense.  We’re starting off in Genesis 12.

 

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