The Bible teaches us how God works in the lives of His people. We don’t always understand what He is doing in our lives and are all too often slow to accept the course He sets for us. That’s because His ways can be mysterious and difficult to understand on occasion. God knows that we make mistakes, that we don’t always understand his will for us and that sometimes we even resist the direction in which we are being led. But God is sovereign and He wants us to know that truth without reservation. There is nothing that God can’t do for and in us and that is a lock-solid guarantee. Paul expressed it in language that is easily understood when he said: “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.” (Romans 8:28)
When we let Him, God will guide us in ways that we may never fully understand. But the good thing is that we really don’t have to understand. All it takes is believing, having faith, trusting and obeying God. It really is just that simple and that may be why some folks have difficulty in getting past the belief requirement.
We must all accept and remember that God has a definite plan for our lives. He wants to bless us and fulfill His sovereign purposes for us. Instead of worrying and being overly concerned about the twists and turns of everyday life, God wants us to rest in His love for us and believe in his promise: “trust in the Lord with all your heart and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and he will make you paths straight” (Proverbs 3:5-6). You might want to consider the promise make through Paul, when he said: “I can do all this through him who gives me strength.” (Philippians 4:13)
On March 31st, Easter was celebrated. There is no better time during which to consider what God has done for each of us and also what He still has in store for us. The message of Easter, as found in the Gospel of Luke (24:1-53), should be read over and over. It will brighten your spirits, even on the darkest days in your life, and that’s a good thing. May God bless each of you and your families and may God bless America.
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