12 responses

  1. Samuel
    March 13, 2012

    Over the last few months I have enjoyed reading your blog on an almost daily basis. I praise God for you and your words here. He knew I needed to not skip this one tonight. Thank you for always directing us back to His word! Blessings
    Sam

    • Steve Fuller
      March 13, 2012

      Thanks so much for your encouraging words, Samuel. They came at the perfect time. I deeply appreciate you taking the time to comment.

      Onward!

  2. Derek Fouche
    March 13, 2012

    Hi Pastor Steve,

    I think the three resource links above are broken??.
    Loved the blog about your grandparents

    Derek

    • Steve Fuller
      March 13, 2012

      Thanks for the heads-up, Derek. I really appreciate it!

  3. Charles hendrix
    September 4, 2012

    Thank you so much!
    I am beset with a very difficult trial.

    • Steve Fuller
      September 4, 2012

      Thanks for letting me know this post was helpful, Charles. I really appreciate it — and I’ll pray right now for the Father to strengthen and help you in this trial.

  4. Anonymous
    November 23, 2012

    I’m going through a very difficult time but after reading your blog . God is wonderful thanks a lot , you have helped to trust in God

    • Steve Fuller
      November 24, 2012

      I am so glad you found this helpful, and that your faith in Christ has been strengthened. Thank you for letting me know.

  5. Paula
    December 7, 2012

    Hi Steve, i think this is a terrific posting on how to seek God out in trials. The only thought I had was to perhaps modify “Duty calls” to somehow bring in the concept of “practicing the presence of God”, that we live coram deo, or some sort of thrust that God is ever-present in our troubles, and always accessable, where ever and whenever. In my present on- going trial, this is one major aspect of my relationship with God that he’s developed, and it is a pearl. I’ve learned to be able to speak to the Lord, “off the cuff”, as I would if he were right here with me. I can’t express how much this has changed my life.

    Looking forward to exploring your blog! ~paula

    • Steve Fuller
      December 8, 2012

      Good input on practicing the presence of God, Paula. I will take another look at the “Duty calls” to see how I can integrate that truth.

      I appreciate you stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

      In Christ,

      Steve Fuller

  6. gordon davidson
    December 16, 2013

    Steve, thank you for writing this post. Every Christian will go through trials, some worse than others, some longer than others, Mine is (still in it) long and deep. Shortly after I committed to Christ the wheels started to come off. That was in July of 2007, now its December 2013.

    The trial involved health, joblessness, estrangement from children, and alcohol addiction. Its been a long, tough slog. But God has been with me all the way., and I feel that I am close to coming into the light. But first I needed to get sober, which I did.

    Now, alcohol free, my relationship with God is the best it ever has been – it took this trial to get to this point. So, I still have some rough days where I get discouraged, but I do not walk away from God. In the last month I have had two “sessions” with the Holy Spirit – one focused on gratitude for what Jesus did for us (Isaiah 53) and one of speaking in tongue – not sure what that was about but I feel God is preparing me for something and its close.

  7. Magara George Wills
    February 21, 2014

    i first appreciate God for enabling you be of great help to his p’ple.am really helped and encouraged.God bless u!!

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