Mar 12, 2017
One of the hardest times to trust God is in times of waiting. It's one thing to trust His promises, it's another thing to trust His plan along the way. Far too often we take matters into our own hands and this usually ends poorly. This is the situation in Genesis 16. Sarai and Abram deviate from God's plan and the consequences are far reaching, even to today. Is it possible to have the right motives but the wrong methods? What are the consequences? How does God respond? How might we make good decisions in our own times of waiting?