At the Movies: The Shack

Do you ever feel that if God loves you, He loves you less than others? That you’ve been handed the hard road, the unjust life, the messes that other Christians didn’t have to deal with? God has a unique approach to those who are struggling in their faith. He wants you to encounter Him in a powerful way, but differently that most people who are down-and-out often feel He wants to meet them. This week we look at one Christian’s fiction portrayal of the God of the down-and-outs, and we discover how it relates pretty well to the God of the Bible.

BIG IDEA: God is too wise to be mistaken, and He is too good to be unkind.
When you can’t trace his hand, you can always trust His heart.

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