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Am I Not Still God? by Kathy Troccoli
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Am I Not Still God?

by Kathy Troccoli

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We all can identify with the experience of facing one of life's storms and crying out to God for an answer. However, if we listen closely, we hear Him provide not an answer but rather another question- "Am I Not Still God?" It is perhaps the only question that matters. How you answer it may shape the rest of your life. Using examples from her own experience, Kathy Troccoli shares how God is unconcerned with explaining Himself-instead He is concerned with demonstrating love and developing a holy character in us. She details God as the ultimate shelter in the face of the most violent storms. As these painful trials are allowed into our life He promises we will never suffer in vain.

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