As we read the stories of the Old Testament prophets it's easy to see that despite seeing the power and presence of God firsthand that they struggled with doubts and fears such as we do. This blogger shares her own struggle with doubting God's provision and trying to trust in her own strength.
I tried to justify my actions by saying, "Well, it was probably God who allowed me to think of this brilliant idea, so this is how He's meeting my need." But the sense of uneasiness would not go away. When I told Jason my grandiose plan, he shook his head and said, "No, Dana, that's not the way." I pouted, but I still wasn't convinced that my plan was not part of God's will. . . until I remembered the lesson I had just taught on Obadiah. -
Read more at A Word Fitly Spoken: Following After Fear.