Great People Grow When Opposed – So, What’s Your Problem?

Written by Doug Giles on October 15, 2018

This Dougcast is a MUST for those who just got handed terrible news. If that’s not you, please share it with people you know who are going through a very rough patch.

We all go through hard times, and sometimes it’s those very difficulties that shape us into the person God has called us to be.

Our Father in Heaven is so good that he’s given us some direction in His Word on how to get through the trials in this life.

In this Dougcast, Doug talks about how David said that God helped him grow through pain.

If you think that the Christian life is supposed to be you singing and dancing on some a lush green hill, you’ve got real life confused with The Sound of Music, Skippy.

You need to check out Psalm 4 pronto.

Doug gives his 7 points on how to get through the rough times:

  1. Stay objective, not subjective.
  2. Keep your emotions in check.
  3. Try to see the good in the situation.
  4. Tap into your inner Warrior & Wildman and steady your nerves.
  5. Ignore limits that disturb other people.
  6. Keep an eternal perspective.
  7. Focus on what you can control.

Let Doug elucidate:

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