Part 2 of 3: How to Respond to a Crisis
While we don't always choose our circumstances, we do have the ability to choose our responses. But the response that has the potential to reverse the natural course of things isn't natural at all.
It can be hard to maintain hope in the middle of chaos. But our hope isn't anchored to circumstances, theological opinions, or a book. Our hope is anchored to an event—an event that rekindled the dwindling hope of the first followers of Christ.
The right questions are not "Why did this happen?" or "Whose fault was that?" We usually know those answers. The better question: "How can we help?"
Whether it’s a possession, time, or a talent, we all have access to something God can use for the sake of others. But nothing is usable unless we first make it available.
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