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Trusting God Discussion Guide

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NavPress 2008

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$8.99

Overview

All of us experience adversity at different times in our lives. It comes in many forms—sudden pain, traumatic experiences, devastating losses—and we seldom understand what's happening at the time. That's why learning to trust God can be such a slow and difficult process. When everything we're going through suggests that God can't help us or doesn't care, it seems unwise to place our confidence in Him. But nothing could be farther from the truth.

As Jerry Bridges illustrates in his best-selling book Trusting God, God is more than worthy of our trust. His complete sovereignty, infinite wisdom, and perfect love are always at work on our behalf—even when we don't understand the things we see. Now you can draw strength from the life-changing principles of Trusting God with this inspiring and application-oriented study guide. By enhancing the fundamental principles of the book for personal or group study, the Trusting God Study Guide can show you how to trust God in your own particular situation.

As you and your friends begin to discover the scope of God's power, you'll not only benefit from each other's support, but you'll be equipped to rely on Him more completely. Not just in the tough times, but the rest of the time too.

Product Details

  • Title: Trusting God Discussion Guide
  • Author: Jerry Bridges
  • Series: Jerry Bridges Collection
  • Publisher: NavPress
  • Publication Date: 2008
  • Pages: 144

About Jerry Bridges

Dr. Jerry Bridges (1929–2016) was an evangelical Christian author, speaker, and staff member of The Navigators, an international, interdenominational Christian ministry focusing on mentoring, discipling, and building relationships. Bridges earned his undergraduate degree in engineering at the University of Oklahoma before serving as an officer in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He joined the Christian discipleship organization The Navigators in 1955, where he served as an administrative assistant to the Europe Director, office manager for the headquarters office, Secretary-Treasurer of the organization, and as Vice President for Corporate Affairs before moving to a staff development position with the Collegiate Mission.