Disobedient God Trusting a God Who Goes Off-Script By Albert Tate from Faithwords. When the people of Israel, those who had witnessed the most abundant and inexplicable acts of God, grew tired of waiting for Moses to come off the mountain, they made a calf of gold. It was easier for them to make a new god than to continue serving a God that didn’t conform to their schedule and expectations.
Just like the Israelites in the desert, we are all fundamentally longing for God… but who and what are we actually reaching for and serving? Disobedient God addresses the things we do when we feel ignored, inconvenienced, and frustrated by God. What things are we reaching for in our life? Are we reaching for porn when we long for intimacy?
Reaching for success when we long for
security? We would never say that we have replaced God, but our actions tell a
different story. Whether we are trying to replace God, trying to run away or
trying to perform for Him, we have no mindset to deal with a disobedient God. Disobedient God is a book for
people dealing with this disappointment and interested in properly
understanding and loving the God they’ve misunderstood.
This is not a step-by-step instruction manual for how to react when things are difficult; rather, it is a way of understanding God that leads people to discover the relationship with God that they were always meant for.
My Opinion: This book is easy for me to understand and grasp what he was saying and I like the fact that God likes you to be curious and ask questions as god does not mind you asking questions. This is for anyone who might need some guidance, want to learn faith, and just believe in God & Jesus more.
See more at https://www.faithwords.com/titles/albert-tate/disobedient-god/9781546000563
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