Struggling with doubt? – 1 Chronicles 16:12 | 2-minute daily bible meditation


Overcoming Doubt: Remembering God’s Miraculous Works

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If you’re struggling with doubt, I recommend doing what 1 Chronicles 16 verse 12 says. Here it is. Remember the wondrous works that he has done, his miracles and the judgments he’s uttered.

I find that I need to do this. I have struggled with doubt during my Christian journey, and I think I’m not alone in that.

And something happened to me when I was 14. I received a word from God, and it dramatically affected my life. Now, I don’t know if you can tell, but I’m not 14 anymore. This was quite a long time ago.

And at the time, at the age of 14, I found it impossible to go to sleep without sucking my finger. And as a teenager, that was embarrassing, but I tried and tried to stop and I couldn’t. I just couldn’t fall asleep without it.

And in this prophecy that I received on that day, God said, "You are not going to have to take anything to sleep." What a respectful way of preserving my dignity. That is the beauty of God. And that night when I went to bed, I didn’t even think about it. I just fell asleep without sucking my finger and it’s been that way ever since.

It’s easy to forget that moment. It’s easy to explain it away. Nevertheless, I can go back to that day and remind myself the wondrous work that God did in my life. Such a little thing, it seems, but it was a big deal to me.

If we look through the Bible, we have eyewitness testimonies of the things that God has done, reliable accounts, accounts that confirm each other in the Gospels. Mary was actually a virgin when she became pregnant. Jesus did actually turn water into wine. Remember those things.

Thank you God for all that you’ve done for us. So many things throughout time and throughout our lives. Thank you for your miracles. Thank you for the words you speak to us.

Thank you that you have given us plenty of reason to know you, to believe in you, to accept what you’ve done. To be your children. Amen.

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