Episode 138 • Kari Jobe: What to do When God Feels Distant

  • Written By 
  • Josh Kluge


Has God ever felt distant to you?

Has there ever been a time where no matter how hard you’ve pursued Him, you just can’t seem to sense His nearness?

In today’s episode, we talk with Kari Jobe about the Dark Night of the Soul and what it looks like to go through seasons of life where God feels distant.

If you have walked through this before or are currently walking through it, know that you are not alone. What you’re feeling is normal!

So, contend, rest, & find peace in knowing He is leading you and guiding you more than you know. Your posture is everything and that’s what we dive into here in this episode.

Mentioned in the Episode 

Kari’s new album – “The Blessing”

5 Things to do When God Seems Distant

St. John of the Cross – “The Dark Night of the Soul”

 

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