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Too often, we have been made to feel guilty for questioning our faith. But uncertainty is a companion in this life we cannot avoid. Faith is not faith, if doubt is not present. But sometimes, our skepticism can become so strong and oppressive that it brings harm to our spiritual lives. While we can never fully escape our doubts, we don’t have to be controlled by them.
Jeremy Falk Puzzled - Clue #1 - Strips of Linen
John 20:1-10 April 21, 2019
Even though doubt is universal and helpful at times, it can dominate our lives in unhealthy ways. It is important to cultivate a strong, vibrant faith to counterbalance our doubts and keep them in check.
Jeremy Falk Puzzled - Clue #2 - A Ghost and a Snack
John 20:19-23 April 28, 2019
Acceptance is a key component to a healthy and vibrant faith. We must be willing to accept God for who He is, how He moves, what He says, and when He acts.
Jeremy Falk Puzzled - Clue # 3 - Nail Holes
John 20:19-23 May 19, 2019
Thomas was going through a season of intense doubt as he wrestled with believing Jesus was alive. Just how Jesus rescued Thomas from his doubt, He wants to rescue us and bolster our faith.
Jeremy Falk Puzzled - Clue # 4 - A Mysterious Chef
John 21:1-14 May 26, 2019
When it comes to trust in God to provide and care for us, doubt urges us to focus on God’s actions while ignoring our own. Our passage this morning reveals how God’s provision is closely connected to our participation.
Jeremy Falk Puzzled - Clue # 5 - A Cryptic Command
John 21:15-23 June 2, 2019
Doubt not only affects our relationship with God, but our relationships with one another. It is easier to trust each other when our allegiance to God is clarified and we refrain from comparing ourselves to one another.
Cara Falk Puzzled - Clue # 6 - Tongues of Fire
Acts 1 & 2 June 9, 2019
When the Holy Spirit came on the day of Pentecost, the followers of Jesus were transformed. Clarit, confidence, and commission replaced their doubts, fears, and self-interests.