Is it possible for God to be disappointed with us? We know he loves us, but we love our family, and we get disappointed with them, so surely we can disappoint God? Well, I don’t believe it’s that simple. And to discuss this, I have a guest for you this week who created an amazing podcast that really struck a chord with me because he perfectly explained something I’ve been trying to find the words for.
Kurt Francom is the host of The Leading Saints Podcast, which I absolutely love. Having been a leader in the LDS church for years, Kurt has recently been devoting his work to provide leadership tools and skills for church leaders, preparing those in the church for taking on leadership roles. But today, he’s here to discuss God’s Thoughts About You.
Listen in on our conversation on this week’s podcast for some insight into your relationship with God, and why it’s so difficult for us to understand Heavenly Father’s love for each and every one of us and his ability to love us perfectly. Kurt provides some wonderful insight into why it’s impossible for God to be disappointed with us, and what is really going on in your relationship with the Lord when you feel you’ve fallen short of his expectations.
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What You’ll Learn on this Episode:
- Why it’s easy to believe that it’s possible to disappoint God.
- How to use the thought work model to rationalize our relationship with Heavenly Father.
- Why God is never disappointed in us, no matter the circumstance.
- How choosing shame always leads to behavior that isn’t reflective of our best selves.
- What you can do to think differently about your relationship with God.
Mentioned on the Show:
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- Kurt Francom: Website | Facebook | Twitter
- The Leading Saints Podcast: Can God Be Disappointed in You?
- Clint Pulver: Be a Mr. Jensen
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