Christians who struggle with doubt feel deep discouragement—but they should not feel alone. Elyse Fitzpatrick takes a look at famous Bible characters who doubted, offers support for our beliefs, and explores God’s promises for those of little faith. Each day’s devotional has two takeaway truths to memorize or write out, plus an invitation for personal reflection. Learn to say, “I believe; help my unbelief ” when wracked by doubt.
In the 31-Day Devotionals for Life series, biblical counselors and Bible teachers guide you through Scripture passages that speak to specific situations or struggles, helping you to apply God’s Word to your life in practical ways day after day.
About the author:
Elyse Fitzpatrick (Certificate in Biblical Counseling, CCEF; MA in Biblical Counseling, Trinity Theological Seminary) is a frequent conference speaker and the author of multiple books, as well as numerous journal articles and blogs. She and her husband, Philip, have three adult children and six grandchildren.
“Whether you consider yourself to be strong in faith or are floundering in your doubts, please read this book and gaze at the face of Christ as he is revealed in God’s Word. Elyse’s counsel is clear and compassionate, because God’s Word is clear and compassionate.” ~Gloria Furman, Author, Alive in Him and Missional Motherhood
“Nobody who I know writes with more gospel sanity, spunk, and savvy than my friend Elyse Fitzpatrick. This little gem on doubt only confirms that conviction.” ~Scotty Smith, Founding Pastor, Christ Community Church, Franklin, Tennessee; Teacher in Residence, West End Community Church, Nashville
“Elyse’s words restore hope to those whose lives feel pummeled with questions. . . . Each page is brimming with biblical truth and reminders that God doesn’t despise us in our questioning but meets us with mercy.” ~Eliza Huie, Counselor; Director of Life Counseling Center, Marriottsville, Maryland
“Helps us to bring our misgivings and hesitations out into the open. . . . Take a one month journey to discover why we’re not crazy to believe in Jesus.” ~Ray Ortlund, Senior Pastor, Immanuel Church, Nashville