Faith in the Wilderness

Photo: Mount Nebo by Mira Pavlakovic

Last night I tried writing down some things I’ve been thinking regarding suffering and faithfulness to God during our times of spiritual wilderness, but I couldn’t find the right words to convey exactly what I wanted to say. This morning I came across a sermon by Matthew Browne (Eastside parish pastor at Trinity Anglican Church here in Atlanta, GA). I thought I’d share it with you all, because he says exactly what I want to say but far more eloquently.

It takes a couple of minutes for him to really get going; so be patient. It will be worth your while. Also, if you only have a little bit of time to commit, I’d say listen to the last 6 minutes. That part had me in tears. Clearly, it was the part I most needed to hear.

Matthew Browne-Trinity Anglican Church: 1 Cor. 10:1-14

*If the specific sermon doesn’t pop right up, it’s the third one down on the list. As my children will tell you, I’m hopeless when it comes to technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author: Rebekah Durham

Rebekah Durham lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her three children.  She is a graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary and has written for numerous publications. She is an avid reader and in particular an admirer of C.S. Lewis, Thomas Merton, G.K. Chesterton, Henri Nouwen, and Dorothy L. Sayers (in no certain order). She'd also blindly follow Miss Marple (Agatha Christie's famous spinster sleuth) anywhere she wanted to go.

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