All things…

“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.”
Romans 8:28 NKJV

All things aren’t the things we like or deem tolearable or acceptable. All things aren’t always the open doors, promotions, or raises. All things isn’t always the friendships and relationships.

Sometimes all things are the demotions and the lay-offs. Sometimes all things are the disconnect notices, the closed doors, and the “no’s”. Sometimes all things are the things that annoy us the most.

All things are whatever God desires to use to bring Him glory. All things aren’t in our control or work out in our perceived way. In Christ, there are blessings and sufferings. In Christ, there is an beginning and there is an end. In Christ, you will hear “yes”, “no”, or “nothing at all”. And because, all things work together for your good and His glory, you must trust in Him and His ability.

His sovereignty can be trusted. His shadow can be trusted. His protection can be trusted. His provision can be trusted. His all things can be trusted.

The concept of all things can be a little scary. However, let the following truth encourage you as you know in all things: God is with you, God loves you, and God cares for you:

Peace and Blessings

7 thoughts on “All things…

  1. AMEN

    On Tue, Oct 29, 2019, 4:50 PM Sisters Helping Sisters wrote:

    > Sisters Helping Sisters posted: “”And we know that all things work > together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called > according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28 NKJV All things aren’t the things we > like or deem tolearable or acceptable. All things aren’t always the open > doo” >

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  2. Hi, Have you thought creating a journal of these “meditation moments”? They are quite thought provoking. Sisters could have space to write what Holy Spirit reveals after reading. Just a thought. V
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