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Dr. David Jeremiah Daily Devotionals February 21 2023.

    The theme for Dr. David Jeremiah Daily Devotionals February 21 2023 is THE BENEFIT OF A DOUBT”.

    Here is today’s David Jeremiah daily devotional designed for your today’s spiritual refreshment. Kindly read today’s teaching by David Jeremiah, meditate on the word of God and endeavour to act in accordance with them. As you start your day with God through his word, may he go before you to perfect all you have to do today.

    Read David Jeremiah Turning point Daily devotional For today February 21 2023:

    Are you the Coming One, or do we look for another?
    Matthew 11:3

    There’s a difference between doubt and unbelief. The latter involves the heart. Doubt is a matter of a rational mind asking good questions, often during periods of stress. John the Baptist had such a moment in Matthew 11. It didn’t upset Jesus. God isn’t scared by our doubts. He can use our doubts to draw us closer to Himself. He has solid answers for honest questions.

    If your children or grandchildren are asking questions—or if you are—don’t panic. Learn to search out the answers. Josh Rasmussen is a philosopher who went from Christianity to atheism. But his honest questions led him to evidence that drove him back to God. “The biggest threat to the discovery of God, and to productive truth seeking more broadly,” Rasmussen wrote, “is blind faith…. Seek truth. Follow the evidence. Align with reason…You may come to discover that the foundation of reality is greater than you had imagined.”[1]

    When people fight their way through their doubts to the conviction that Jesus Christ is Lord, they have attained to a certainty that those who unthinkingly accept things can never reach.

    Thank you for reading today’s devotional by Dr David Jeremiah shared by Turning Point Ministry. In the spirit of Evangelism, Kindly share with others.

    William Barclay

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