How to Handle Your Doubts
How to Handle Your Doubts
John 10:39-40; 11:7-16; 20:28-29; Hebrews 10:23-35; Ephesians 6:10-18
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Wednesday Evening Service,  November 14, 2012

Thomas is better recognized by most as Doubting Thomas, but was doubting really a problem for him? His circumstances help us to have victory over doubting our own faith. It is part of human nature to doubt. Witnessing our faith to those who are not saved can at times be very difficult because of the unbeliever's tendency to doubt. The unsaved may first need to see the reality of Christ in your life before they will receive Christ as revealed in the Word of God.

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