. Does he really care? Let this be about trusting God in crisis. They dropped to the floor just as their roof blew off. A free five-day online retreat to deepen your trust in God during difficult times. . Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $2.99 — — Paperback "Please retry" $11.99 . 7 Days. Trusting God in Times of Crisis It's not easy to "be still and know that I am God" in the middle of crisis. How? SHARE. 4 thoughts on “Trusting God in Times of (Covid) Crisis” Darren Lee says: October 15, 2020 at 11:52 am Dear Dr Ng, thanks for reminding us through this sermon that God can use this Covid-19 for the good of his kingdom and we can still have his peace in the midst of this difficult season. Experiencing God in Times of Crisis From the series Finding God When You Need Him Most Crises are a part of life. They besieged heaven and found the God who answers in crisis. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Trusting God in Times of Crisis. Others are local - cancer, divorce, bankruptcy, or the death of a loved one. My aunt and uncle recently lost their home in the Nashville, Tennessee tornado. What is God's place in all this? Trusting God in Crisis, Chaos, & Confusion Paperback – June 6, 2018 by Ethel Young Scurlock (Author) 5.0 out of 5 stars 9 ratings. It’s past 2 in the morning. But the rest of this psalm gives us clues how we can do just that. Will we get out? Whatever yours is, fill in the blank. With the rest of the household safely and warmly tucked-in in bed, possibly dreaming sweetly but definitely snoring away, I remain glued to the computer, working my brain out on … Now, along the way, what I’d like to do is, I’m going to stop to go in great detail . And solitary as Friar Lawrence’s cell, no doubt. Still and silent the British way. Some are global - tsunamis, earthquakes, or terrorism. Troubling times raise questions: Why are we in this situation? Trusting God in Crisis. Throughout the Bible, people faced calamity, fear, anxiety, and doubt. Before they could turn on the TV to watch the weather, they heard a freight train sound and felt the air change. I’m going to stop and pause this video and provide a little bit of insight from older brother, Michael.