If you are experiencing a little turbulence or know of someone who is, I wanted to remind you that God works all things together for good—both His good and your good.
The only key that activates this promise is our salvation in Christ. Once we are saved, sealed, and delivered we not only gain access to God’s mercy, we are then introduced to God’s amazing grace.
You see, when life becomes turbulent we have to remain immovable and steadfast (I Cor 15:58) in trusting in God’s goodness, power, and His will to work out all things for our good. In times like this we must journey together with Him and in some cases, with only Him.
So let’s be clear, the promise that God will work all things together for good does not mean that all things, taken by themselves, are good nor does it suggest you will acquire all that you want or desire. Some things and events are decidedly bad and fact is, you will not always get what you desire. However, God is able to work all things together for good. He sees the big picture; He’s master plan.
If you’re having trouble embracing this concept please read Joseph’s story found in Genesis 37-50! I promise you that if you journey through his life, I believe your perspective about your life will change!
As I close, I would like to invite you to resonate on this viewpoint today; God’s love is everlasting, and His wisdom is infinite. It doesn’t matter who or what attempts to thwart God’s plan; no one and nothing can. God will work all things together for the good of those who love Him and are called [saved, sealed and delivered] according to His purpose. Our decision to align our will with God’s and to always trust Him will always unlock the promises of God that so eagerly awaits us! Make no mistake, as God is glorified, His people benefit!