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Resting in the God Who Provides (Jehovah-Jireh) – Ep. 64

July 27, 2021
00:00 17:13
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When we encounter painful and frightening circumstances, or God calls us to do something difficult, we may feel as if we’re all alone. As if God doesn’t see us, doesn’t understand our struggle, or won’t provide what we need. But as our guest Ava Pennington reminds us, our God doesn’t change. The same God called Jehovah-Jireh in Scripture, the God who provides, can be trusted to provide for us in our times of need as well.

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Daily Reflections in the Names of God by Ava Pennington

Group Discussion Questions:

1.When have you felt alone or unseen by God?
2.What contributed to those feelings?
3.What truths from today’s episode can help counter those feelings?
4.When you consider Christ’s death, for you, what comes to mind?
5.In what ways does the love Christ showed on the cross encourage you in your daily struggles?
6.What does it mean to you that God sees your need and provides in advance?
7.What do you think made it most challenging for Abraham to obey God when He told him to sacrifice his son?
8.What do you think gave Abraham the courage to obey?
9.When has God called you to do something hard or frightening?
10.What did you learn about Him during that situation or event?

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Jennifer Slattery, founder of Wholly Loved Ministries, is a multi-published author, national speaker, and speaking coach passionate about helping God's children reach their full potential and live fully surrendered to Christ. She’s also one of the hosts of the Your Daily Bible Verse podcast. Find her online at
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Carol Ogle McCracken is a fun-loving wedding planner, speaker, Bible teacher, and author who brings to Scripture to inspire a personal, vibrant relationship with Him. Her authentic challenges faced while journeying through alcoholism, raising a child with special needs, and divorce, equip her to teach, entertain and encourage you. Carol currently serves as the Minister of Discipleship at her home church and is a Christian communicator in many different forums, large and small, and especially enjoys teaching at women’s retreats. Her book Wisdom, Where to Find It if You've Lost, Forgotten, or Never Had It was released in November 2020.
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