Even If He Doesn’t

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Daniel 3:13-18; Deuteronomy 29:29; 1 Corinthians 13:12; Proverbs 25:2; Ecclesiastes 3:11; Acts 6:5,8; 7:51-60

– Our confidence is based on what we’ve seen or not seen God do, yet God is still able.
– We need to have a confidence in God that even if God doesn’t do it, He’s able.
– Our devotion to God must not stop at answered prayer but go beyond that even if He doesn’t.
– There is a place in God where our understanding stops.
– On this side of glory, we know only in part, the secret things belong to God.
– We have to be okay with not knowing.
– We need to focus on what we know about God.
– God does things for us even if we don’t ask, on behalf of others, and even if we don’t know Him.
– It’s never about us, it’s about God.  – Our view of God, the wonderfulness, cannot be determined by whether or not we get our prayers answered.
– Faith yet matters, but it is still the power and sovereignty of God.
– We only have problems with the sovereignty of God when He doesn’t do what we want.
– Faith does not override the sovereignty of God. It is in the secret place.
– Jesus and God watched Stephen getting stoned and did nothing to interfere. It’s not for us to know
why, it’s in the secret place