DINING AT THE TABLE OF DISAPPOINTMENT

DINING AT THE TABLE OF DISAPPOINTMENT

DINING AT THE TABLE OF DISAPPOINTMENT

2 CORINTHIANS 12:7-10

How we respond to disappointments determines God’s freedom to use us as well as our ability to thrive in a fallen world. How we respond determines whether we sink or soar. Someone has said that behind the most radiant lives are often the most bitter trials. Don’t waste your disappointments! In this passage, Paul encounters a disappointment that he embraces. Listen to hear how Paul embraced it and the results he experienced.

SOURCES/ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Blevins, Jim.

Carr, Alan.

Colson, Charles.(1992). The Body. Word Publishing, p. 231

 Evans, Tony.

Landman, Chad.

Peters, Jack.

Wiersbe, Warren. (2003). The Wiersbe Old Testament Commentary. David C. Cook Publishing.

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Content for the sermon has been researched from many different sources. I make every effort to acknowledge these sources whenever possible.