If God loves us, then why is everything so bad? Why won’t God fix it? If God is all-powerful, then why is it still not better?
If we’re honest, these are the anguished questions we all ask in times of deep suffering. This week, our series on the holiness of small things takes an unexpected turn. We’re looking at the Apostle Paul’s thorn in the flesh—a mysterious condition that threatened the health and ministry of the world’s most powerful evangelist. This portion of Paul’s letter to the burgeoning church in Corinth gives us one answer to these universal, anguished questions.
I hope you’ll listen in as we lean into the holy power of small things—even painful small things—to accomplish the glory of God.