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He's Still* Got the Whole World in His Hands Audio Download

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How do we remain hopeful in a world that seems hopelessly broken? How do we continue to trust a God that seems conspicuously absent? How do we find peace in a world that is spinning out of control? If you've ever asked questions like these, you're not alone . . . and you're not the first.

Uncertainty is nothing new. And the uncertainty we face today is no different from the uncertainty faced by the men and women of the Bible. And like them, we are left to question God's faithfulness, his presence, his concern. In this 3-part series we're reminded that . . . He's Still* Got the Whole World in His Hands. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Nothing New (Andy Stanley)

Life is full of uncertainties; ups and downs that can impact our jobs, our finances, even our relationships. For many of us today, debt, stress, and uncertainty are ruling our lives. And in the midst of this mess, we often find ourselves wondering, "Where is God?" Is it possible to maintain faith in God when there is no evidence of his activity in our lives? In "Nothing New," Andy Stanley reminds us that it is during these darkest times that God may be doing his greatest work. Mark 14:17-26, Romans 8:28

Part 2 - Pray Until the Peace Comes (Andy Stanley)

Have you ever noticed that God seems to get our attention more during the bumps of life than when things are going smoothly? During times of national crisis, church attendance skyrockets. During times of personal crisis, the same is true for us; we turn to God. In this message, Andy Stanley reveals what God wants to tell you when he finally has your attention. Philippians 4:4-7

Part 3 - Hope (Andy Stanley)

In whom or what are you placing your hope? In parents, relationships, careers, or wealth? Things like these are often the center of our expectations. But, eventually, all these earthly hopes decay. Always. How can we remain hopeful in a world that at times seems hopelessly broken? In this message, Andy Stanley explores Scripture for the answer to this question. Romans 8:20, 26-30, 33-39, Psalm 33:22

How do we remain hopeful in a world that seems hopelessly broken? How do we continue to trust a God that seems conspicuously absent? How do we find peace in a world that is spinning out of control? If you've ever asked questions like these, you're not alone . . . and you're not the first.

Uncertainty is nothing new. And the uncertainty we face today is no different from the uncertainty faced by the men and women of the Bible. And like them, we are left to question God's faithfulness, his presence, his concern. In this 3-part series we're reminded that . . . He's Still* Got the Whole World in His Hands. DOWNLOAD ONLY

Part 1 - Nothing New (Andy Stanley)

Life is full of uncertainties; ups and downs that can impact our jobs, our finances, even our relationships. For many of us today, debt, stress, and uncertainty are ruling our lives. And in the midst of this mess, we often find ourselves wondering, "Where is God?" Is it possible to maintain faith in God when there is no evidence of his activity in our lives? In "Nothing New," Andy Stanley reminds us that it is during these darkest times that God may be doing his greatest work. Mark 14:17-26, Romans 8:28

Part 2 - Pray Until the Peace Comes (Andy Stanley)

Have you ever noticed that God seems to get our attention more during the bumps of life than when things are going smoothly? During times of national crisis, church attendance skyrockets. During times of personal crisis, the same is true for us; we turn to God. In this message, Andy Stanley reveals what God wants to tell you when he finally has your attention. Philippians 4:4-7

Part 3 - Hope (Andy Stanley)

In whom or what are you placing your hope? In parents, relationships, careers, or wealth? Things like these are often the center of our expectations. But, eventually, all these earthly hopes decay. Always. How can we remain hopeful in a world that at times seems hopelessly broken? In this message, Andy Stanley explores Scripture for the answer to this question. Romans 8:20, 26-30, 33-39, Psalm 33:22