In the Meantime

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What do you do when there's no way forward and there's no way out? In this study, Andy Stanley answers that question. 

Part One: The New Normal

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What do we do when we have problems without solutions . . . questions without answers? During times like these, it's tempting to give in to anger . . . especially anger toward God. It feels like God is absent, apathetic, or angry. But what if he isn’t?


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Part Two: A Purpose and a Promise

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Every once in a while, we run into people who are stuck in unchangeable, unalterable, in-the-meantime situations that maintain extraordinary faith despite extraordinarily difficult circumstances. How do they do it?


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Part Three: Yes, You Can

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When there’s nothing you can do to change your situation, it’s easy to become resentful or angry with God. So, what is the secret of finding contentment even when times are tough?


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Part Four: Believe It or Not

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Jesus told his followers to expect trials. Is it possible that God can redeem, use, or work through the undeserved, unavoidable, circumstantial trials in our lives?


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Part Five: Comfort Zone

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God can redeem, use, and work through our pain. And when he does, we eventually have the opportunity to comfort others. People who’ve suffered are uniquely qualified to comfort people who are suffering.


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