This is Bruce's intro. So, life has thrown you something that seems impossible for God to fix, on time or enough. You’ll be tempted, almost immediately, to go into guarded self-protection. So, life has thrown you something that seems impossible for God to fix, on time or enough. You’ll be tempted, almost immediately, to go into guarded self-protection. 


Before you do, consider this: When you stare back far enough, God really looks good, doesn’t He? He’s gotten you through everything. You’re reading this, so you’re still here, after some pretty dicey situations. You’ve praised Him often for His faithfulness. There have been many times where you thought He couldn’t come through. And He did.

How about this? If someone were to offer you ten million dollars cash, with the only stipulation that you could never read His Word, talk to Him, talk about Him, or worship His name…you probably ultimately couldn’t take the money.

With eleven trillion moments of life already in the book, your assessment is that you can’t do a life that doesn’t include Him.

So, here’s a new installment in the story. He’s always proven Himself faithful when given enough time. He might fail this time. But the odds are distinctly against it. So, face what is in front of you with all diligence. But know He will probably figure out this one too.


This is Bruce's conclusion. So, life has thrown you something that seems impossible for God to fix, on time or enough. You’ll be tempted, almost immediately, to go into guarded self-protection. So, life has thrown you something that seems impossible for God to fix, on time or enough. You’ll be tempted, almost immediately, to go into guarded self-protection. 

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