Will It All Work Out in the End?

Episode 428 Show Notes 

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From the Show

There are times in our lives where it feels like everything is out of whack where—“I just don’t know how to handle this Lord, this is too much for me.” And yet, that’s supposed to drive us to our knees and to cling to Jesus in the gospel.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. What was Moses intending to communicate to us in the account of Balaam and the talking donkey? 

2. I’m a military veteran. I was baptized. I was anointed before leaving for my first tour in Iraq. I believe in Jesus but I’m trying to find that feeling that I know everything is going to be okay and that I’m in the right place. But I’m having trouble finding it. I’m just looking for some advice on how I can turn and get closer to God. Any advice will be helpful.

3. I have two friends. They're my co-workers. And they are not believers, but they are getting married next year in March. They have asked me if I am willing to marry them as a notary, although it would be in their ceremony, their wedding ceremony. So my question to you is, is it biblical for me to do so? I am a Christian myself, so I would just like to know if it's a sin against God, I guess is what I'm trying to say if I am marrying two unbelievers as a notary.

4. At the end of Genesis, Jacob says a blessing over each of his sons before he dies. How was the original audience of the book of Genesis meant to understand and apply these words of blessing said over the patriarchs of their tribes, and what, as Christians, are we meant to walk away with?

Resources

Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis

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