Key Bible Verse:
Romans 8:28, NASB And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose.
Maybe you are going through some major challenges right now.
Maybe you need healing in your body, in your marriage, in your finances, or in your relationships.
Maybe you are currently experiencing negative consequences of mistakes you made.
Maybe you are experiencing a test, a sifting, a desert experience.
Maybe you are going through something you have never gone through before.
Maybe you feel alone in your struggles, wondering what will come out of all what you are going through, wondering when this will end, wondering what you will look or feel like at the end of it all.
Dear Friends, please be assured that by God’s grace, God will work it out for your good.
God doesn’t cause everything to happen, but God can cause everything to work out for our good! We must surrender completely to God by His grace… trusting God in the midst of the storm, trusting God when you don’t understand, trusting God to get you through, and trusting God one day at a time!
*God doesn’t cause everything to happen, and just because God allows something to happen doesn’t mean it makes God happy. Related: What Makes God Sad?
*God doesn’t cause everything to happen, but God causes everything to work out for the good of those who love God. (See Romans 8:28) Related: How to become a Christian
*God doesn’t cause everything to happen, but God can turn even the most horrible situations around so that we can bless, encourage, inspire and help others in their time of need.
So Dear Friends, Please, BE ENCOURAGED.
*By God’s grace, God will work it out for your good!
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Much Love & Blessings,
Bomi Jolly ~ JollyNotes.com
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