Nick, Becky, Austin, Alyssa, Wesley, Stanley, Nicholas, and Joshua
Podcast Episode Show Notes
Faith Greater Than a Mustard Seed
“He doesn’t let this world define who he is, and he doesn’t let the doctors define who he is. He’s a fighter. I thank God for him every day.”
Have you ever asked God why? Have you been angry and wondered if He even hears your desperate prayers? Have you wondered how far your faith can carry you?
In Becky’s episode you will hear her story. It’s a testimony of hope in the midst of heartbreak… the power of prayer in the face of pain… bravery in the brokenness… and the strength of God in our weakness.
It’s the story of a faith greater than a mustard seed.
Quotes from Becky’s Episode
“Nobody’s promised tomorrow. I’m not going to worry about tomorrow. I’m not going to worry about next week. I’m living for today, what matters most today.”
“I’m okay with whatever God’s plans are. Because I trust Him, and I love Him.”
“I feel like God is always there. But God is kind of just sitting there. He’s waiting, and He’s like, ‘Hey, you have choices to make. Are you going to continue doing what you’re doing and waste time, or are you going to do good works to glorify me? How are you going to live your life?’ And I feel very strongly that my situation is to glorify God. I’ve been through a lot. My family’s been through a lot. But as much hurt that we’ve had, we’ve had so much joy and so much love…”
“Even if you feel like God’s not there, trust me, He’s there. It’s okay. Cry out to Him. Depend on Him. Tell Him when you’re angry. Tell Him how you feel.”
“God loves us all very much. He wants to use our situations for His glory and His good. I think that’s important, that people know that, so that they can take their situation and instead of constantly saying about the negative, talk about the good, and give God the glory for it.”
“Some days I kind of sit back and I’m like, wow, did that just happen? Like a little boy is like changing an entire community. And it’s a God thing. It’s literally a God thing because it’s God that’s got him this far. It’s God that’s brought him to where he is. And I thank God for him every single day, and whether he passes tomorrow, ten years from now, 100 years from now, I want him to continue to be strong and to have that positive attitude and to be brave and always put God first.”
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