IS DOUBT DOOM?

Does having doubt restrain a person from being re-born?

How can a person stop doubting themselves?

How long is it before God fixes a problem that I plead for him to fix even when He does clearly states that people should not be the way they are?

What do YOU think?

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  1. Timothy Luke says:

    Does having doubt restrain a person from being re-born?

    Doubt is clearly a hindrance to being born again, however doubt is a both a temptation and a choice. We are always tempted to doubt. The devil constantly is yapping in our heads his words of doubt. We are not responsible for the background chatter. BUT, we have our choice of whether or not we will walk in the paths of doubt, or whether we will walk in faith – leaving doubt behind without our compliance to it. We can choose to act in faith, even in the presence of doubt. It is that choice we make, to have more faith in our doubts to undo us, or to place greater faith in the tiny mustard seed of faith to save us, that saves us or condemns us. “ALL things are possible to him who believes.”

    How can a person stop doubting themselves?

    Ahh, you ask the million dollar question! Within it lies a problem we often stumble upon. “sure, I know I can trust God to keep His part of the deal, but I am so afraid that I cannot keep up MY END of the agreement…” and, so, we feel doomed by our own inability to walk in righteousness. The answer to the question is found in Phillipians 2:13, “for IT IS GOD who works in you both to WILL and DO His good pleasure.” Also, Zechariah acknowledges this, this way. “Its not by might, nor power, but by my spirit says the Lord.”

    You have much reason to hope. Draw near to God, and He WILL draw near to you. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you – taking his damnable doubt with him! I encourage you to read Fasting – Key to Power with God and draw near to God. He will help you do even that if you ask and set your sights on doing it! “He is faithful who has begun a good work in us, to complete it unto the end.”

    How long is it before God fixes a problem that I plead for him to fix even when He does clearly states that people should not be the way they are? Do not think that God is limited by time. He is eternal. His mercies are new every morning. It is the despair of God giving up on us that the devil uses to get us to give up on God. While you are asking God to fix the problem, ask that He would make you greater than the problem. He is more interested in you, than the problem. He will see you through. Not knowing the specifics of your problem, I do not know what more to say. Perhaps you can share the nature of it, and we can be more helpful from there.

    Blessings to you. Do not fear, and do not be discouraged. God has called you to victory!

    Tim

  2. The Hopeful says:

    Please answer however you can by whatever you know. I am no tgoing to judge you I simply need advice.

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