Most people think doubt is always bad. Sometimes it is. But doubt can also teach us about the importance of looking at what's going on around us, rather than what's happening to us. In your doubt, learn to depend on God, not the things he's given you.
There's a lot of junk that gets tied on to what is taught about salvation, or what we think is required for salvation. But salvation is simple. God loved, God gave, we believe, we receive. This is what John 3:16 tells us, and there isn't any more to it than that.
It's easy to get focused on ourselves. We think the world revolves around us, and our problems. We even think God does things for our happiness, or our benefit. That's not what the Bible says though. Everything is for God's glory, and everything is part of His story. What's your part?
Some people love to tell stories. Some don't. But everybody has one. The most important story ever told is about Jesus Christ. Is he a part of your story? For this week's challenge: write down the story about when you were saved. Include when, where, etc. If you're not sure where you story begins, talk to us: therockmontana.com/talk/