We like to picture the journey of faith as a smooth upward progression of ever-increasing trust in God. But our journeys are more like roller coasters of faith and doubt. But the good news is that God meets us and walks with us through every up and down.
In one of his most famous statements, Jesus declares that He is "the Way, the Truth, and the Life." As we continue our series through John 13-17, we dive into what this statement means for us, and the ways that it helps us face the troubles of life.
Doubting is something that most Christians do not think you are permitted to express and work through, yet the Bible has multiple stories and situations where doubt seems to be a *part* of faith. What is doubt, and is it the enemy of faith? Are there any benefits of it? And how to work through times of deep uncertainty?