Nevertheless: God’s Will and Our Will

Jesus taught his students that God is good and kind and loving. He’s better than we ever dreamed! But what about when things go sideways? Is he still good, kind, and loving when the thing we most fear happens? And what are we supposed to do then?

Before listening to this sermon, it would be good to read Mark 14:32-42. But take off your shoes before reading: you’ll be on holy ground.

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