Laura Lacey Johnson

Editor’s Note: Laura Lacey Johnson is a former employee of KTXS-TV, the Community Foundation of Abilene, and Howard Payne University in Brownwood. She now lives in Missouri and is an author and creator of Christian videos. Her latest contribution follows. To see more, go to https://lauralaceyjohnson.com

Hi, I’m Laura Lacey Johnson.

I’ve heard from so many of you struggling with uncertainty.

Uncertainty about a health crisis. Uncertainty about a job situation. Uncertainty about a relationship conflict.

Uncertainty can make us feel discouraged, overwhelmed, vulnerable, frustrated, and afraid.

Rather than punch against the unknown, what if uncertainty is one of God’s greatest gifts? What if the unknown is a portal to discover the depths of God’s love for you?

Lately, I’ve been diving into the book of Acts. I’m learning this ancient book contains a message we need now more than ever.

Acts is a compass for the confused, a beacon of hope for the brokenhearted, and a guide for when life goes off the grid.

I’m turning what I’m learning into a new Bible study to help you discover the hidden gift of uncertainty!

Like the early followers of Jesus, we don’t always know how situations will turn out. We don’t have all the answers, nor can we predict the future. We can’t define all the complexities of our problems, much less solve them!

Yet in the unfolding, in the darkness of ambiguity, God will illuminate qualities of Himself that we may have never recognized before.

God wants you to rise above uncertainty and walk boldly in faith toward your God-destined future! Stay tuned for book launch info!

For extra encouragement, watch today’s 60-second Motivational Minute and share my website with friends!

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