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Bad Boys of Easter, Part 3: Twelve Feet of Separation

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When dreams don’t come true, we turn our frustrations toward God. When things don’t work out, nothing goes our way, and everyone else seems to have lives we can only dream of, we turn our frustrations toward God . . . or we stop believing. If you were taught to believe in a personal God who is all-knowing and all powerful, how can you not turn your frustration on him when life gets difficult? — Andy Stanley #BadBoysOfEaster


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When dreams don’t come true, we turn our frustrations toward God. When things don’t work out, nothing goes our way, and everyone else seems to have lives we can only dream of, we turn our frustrations toward God . . . or we stop believing. If you were taught to believe in a personal God who is all-knowing and all powerful, how can you not turn your frustration on him when life gets difficult? 

Life happens. God can be trusted. As long as your fists are clenched, you can’t receive from him what you need most. God will not force on you what you aren’t willing to receive. When you open your hands in surrender, instead of clenching your fists in anger, you are a candidate for his life-giving, life-defining grace. When you throw up your hands in surrender you may discover answers to the questions that have controlled you for years. — Andy Stanley #BadBoysOfEaster


Scripture: Luke 23:41–43 ““We are punished justly, for we are getting what our deeds deserve. But this man has done nothing wrong.” Then he said, “Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.” Jesus answered him, “Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise.”

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