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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Blogoversary Giveaway #2



As a second giveaway for US and Canada only, I offer to you Can God Be Trusted?: Faith in Troubled Times by Thomas D. Williams, thanks to FaithWords. A Winner will be announced October 18th.

Can God Be Trusted?: Finding Faith in Troubled Times

Father Williams explores the most common obstacles that prevent people from trusting God, including personal betrayals, unfulfilled expectations, and seemingly unanswered prayers. He then explains what is reasonable to expect from God and offers practical tips for ways to grow in trust.

Williams is becoming a revered voice in the Christian community for his insightful writings on issues that really matter to Christians. In this new book, Father Williams will help readers understand, not only how to trust God in spite of doubts and confusion, but to truly know God can be trusted.


Tell me about a time where you did not want to, but trusted God, and things worked out better than you imagined?

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36 comments and creative thoughts:

Andrea said...

Thank you! You have a beautiful ministry.
Blessings, andrea

Wanda said...

That happens quite regularly in my life where I'm "forced" to trust God and things turn out wonderful in the end. I notice that the most when I'm wondering where we're going to get the money for certain things. God always comes through.
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Wanda said...

I just became a follower through Google Friend Connect.
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CherryBlossomMJ said...

He does doesn't he.

Sheila Deeth said...

Didn't know if we should accept a move from the UK to the US. Didn't know what God wanted or if I could trust Him to tell me. Finally felt like He was telling me He'd catch us whichever way we jumped, so we said yes and the offer went away. A few years later it was much easier to say yes again and know God would make it happen or not happen according to His will. I follow. sdeeth @ msn.com

Hull.Margaret said...

I lived in an abusive marriage for a long time...in denial. Once I realized what was happening and removed myself from the danger. God honored me by supplying more than enough for me both emothinally and physically.
Penny hulldotmargaretatoclsdotinfo

CherryBlossomMJ said...

We sure do have an awesome God

The Redhead Riter said...

I hate to admit that it is even true! LOL

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Alice H said...

I was really worried about delivering my first child - just health and ability issues. I said a lot of prayers and exercised faith and it all worked out great! Happy and healthy. Thanks!alicedemskehansen at gmail.com

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Edna said...

God can always be trusted, He is never wrong and we just need to listen to His voice that tells us what we do wrong, and ask for His forgiveness.


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Diana said...

My dad was laid off from his job just as I was about to start my first year of college. At first thought it was terrible timing, due to a lot of reasons but especially because the tuition for my school was so expensive. But God had a really awesome plan. In the end, my dad decided to attend seminary and I got an enormous financial aid package, and I felt so blessed.

Diana said...

I'm a google friend.

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Rebecca N. said...

I was very worried while pregnant with my now 4 year old son. I had gone through a few miscarriages and just didn't trust that I could have a healthy full term pregnancy.I prayed A whole bunch! Well, he never did want to come out so we had to induce when I was 3 weeks overdue! He was happy, healthy and plump :)

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Debbie F said...

I hate saying this but when I got pregnant with my last child. My husband and I were not planning on any more children, I was 38 and money was tight. Now, of course, I can't imagine my life with out my little Katie, she is a gift from God and has changed my life!
Thanks!
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