It seems like our typical response to frustrations, whether big or small, is to complain. We complain about slow wifi in a coffee shop. We complain about our jobs. We complain about bad relationships. Our passage today, Exodus 16, takes a look at what’s at the heart of complaining, how complaining reveals the true nature of our hearts and how God shows the grace over against doubt and disbelief. Listen along as we consider what Israel’s grumbling can teach us about who God is and how he continually calls us out of bondage – whether external or internal – into lives shaped by his amazing grace.
It is hard to be weak. It is harder still to be continually weak – to have prayers go unanswered and to have your struggle remain. The Apostle Paul knew […]
What does it mean to be successful in the kingdom of God? It’s an important question because the way we define success impacts the way we treat ourselves and each […]