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Habakkuk asked God why He was going to allow a more evil nation to destroy his own, and God answered him. Today, believers are questioning why…

Nowhere in the Bible does it say that God won’t give us more than we can handle. It’s a common misconception that He prevents disasters and tough times from affecting our lives.

While most people think exaggerating is harmless, it distorts the truth and often leads to serious problems.

Are you like Jacob who struggled against God and His will, refusing to surrender because of your perceived independence? If you cannot wholeheartedly submit to God, be prepared to receive a “limp.”

The phrase “throwing stones” (or “casting stones”) comes from the biblical event in which the Pharisees dragged an adulterous woman (but not the man) before Jesus to be stoned. Jesus told the accusers that whoever was without sin could be the first to throw a stone at her. They all left. And without condemnation, Jesus told the woman to leave her life of sin.

Knowing about someone and knowing someone personally is a noteworthy difference. A lot of people believe that God exists, but they don’t have a relationship with Him. Reading about God in the Bible provides information; however, experiencing Him is a personal confirmation of His existence, power and character.