Speaker: George Haraksin
Scripture: 2 Corinthians 12:9 (Matthew 8:17, Romans 8:26, Hebrews 4:15)
Summary: Hudson Taylor once remarked that all God’s giants have been weak people who did great things for Him because they relied on God being with them. Like the rest of humanity, Christians too have weaknesses: physical, emotional, intellectual, relational, and spiritual. Yet “human weakness in the hands of the Almighty ceases to be weakness”. How deeply do you hold true the reality of the previous statement? Do you hide weakness that perhaps God want to use? God’s love for the weak can be a great source of encouragement if it is embraced? What are some obstacles that hinder this source of encouragement?