When in tribulation take time to adjust. It is strange, but don't think it so meditate, give control to God. Look and listen for truths God is trying to reveal. My suffering is useless if I don't use it to bring about change and understanding (Rom 5:3). Even Jesus learned obedience by what He suffered. God's love has been poured in ours hearts, how can we not rejoice?
The Holy Spirit was given to bring us to remembrance and convict us. v8 when we were hopeless, worthless, and separate from God, Christ died for us, how much more are we to be saved! Jesus is right there with us, cheering us on, helping us, working with us. I worship this Jesus, who will stand for me, never giving up on me. Look carefully at how the Father is linked through the Son. John 14:6 Jesus is the way to the Father, the door, the redemption, the atonement, as there was only one door to the tabernacle, and one atonement.
Robin Webber was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1951, but has lived most of his life in California. He has been a part of the Church of God community since 1963. He attended Ambassador College in Pasadena from 1969-1973. He majored in theology and history.
Mr. Webber's interest remains in the study of history, socio-economics and literature. Over the years, he has offered his services to museums as a docent to share his enthusiasm and passions regarding these areas of expertise.