By Scott Buss
Is it ever wise to put God on trial?
Is it ever proper to judge God’s motives and works by our standards?
This week in our Tennessee General Assembly Bible study, we’ll be tackling Part 3 of our “Know Your Enemy” series. This week we will be focusing on the inherent stupidity (and danger) of judging God.
Our Members only study will take place tomorrow morning from 7-8 a.m., so please pray for it to go well.
For those who are interested and following along, here’s this week’s study guide:
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In His grip,
Republished with permission Fire Breathing Christian
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