No matter how dark things may appear to be, we must reckon with the invisible hand of God that works all things – yes, “all things” for our good (Rom. 8:28). As God’s children, we may not always appreciate what it is that God may be doing in our lives; but we are to trust that in every aspect of it God is fulfilling the best of plans that ultimately will be for our good. The alternative is too terrible to contemplate: things may contrive to negate the hand of God and ensure our doom. No! That can never be!

No matter how dark things may appear to be, we must reckon with the invisible hand of God that works all things – yes, “all things” for our good (Rom. 8:28). As God’s children, we may not always appreciate what it is that God may be doing in our lives; but we are to trust that in every aspect of it God is fulfilling the best of plans that ultimately will be for our good. The alternative is too terrible to contemplate: things may contrive to negate the hand of God and ensure our doom. No! That can never be!

No matter how dark things may appear to be, we must reckon with the invisible hand of God that works all things – yes, “all things” for our good (Rom. 8:28). As God’s children, we may not always appreciate what it is that God may be doing in our lives; but we are to trust that in every aspect of it God is fulfilling the best of plans that ultimately will be for our good. The alternative is too terrible to contemplate: things may contrive to negate the hand of God and ensure our doom. No! That can never be!

 

 

 

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