Worshiping God, Or Not Worshiping God

A friend shared this yesterday and it's worth sharing with all of you today.

How can God get all the glory in the midst of a tragedy?

Please take a moment to read this first-person account from a couple who live in Boston, MA, and who shared their story of true faith.




The Boston Bombers Were Outside Their House


"In situations of fear, there are really only two ways you can respond: worshiping God or not worshiping God. When you're fearing for your life, that choice becomes a lot simpler. You strangely crave a meaningful life, if only for a moment. Don't let that moment pass you by."

No commentary needed from me on this except to say...God is good!

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