Hedging your bet?


My friend, may I ask you a question? When it comes to how we view God and his promises to provide for us no matter the circumstance or trouble, is there room for hedging our bet? Doesn’t believing in God and his promises dictate an under-standing that we do so without regard for any emotional wiggle room?

My friend, life’s a story, welcome to This Passing Day. I’m Mark Brunner.


Believing is one thing. Convicted in that belief is another. Years ago I knew a man who swore he’d never buy another Ford vehicle. He had so many mechanical difficulties with the car he’d owned he was convinced that he would never own anything built by the Ford Motor Company again. He blamed his specific problems with the car he owned on the entire Ford manufacturing process. Because of the problems he had his basic assumption was tha