|TRINITY BIBLE CHURCH|
In many ways, we embrace a god of the gaps theology. A theology that teaches that God only shows up in the major events of life, but not in the day to day. It denies God’s active control over us and pushes Him to the sidelines. Such a theology allows us to lead a radically secularized life and yet cry out to God. Psalm 86 rejects a radical secularized worldview and instead embraces a radical supernatural worldview. As David demonstrates, God is not a god of the gaps, but the God who is actively at work in the day to day life of His people.