All Things….

The Living Bible translation words Romans 8:28 this way: “And we know that all that happens to us is working for our good if we love God and are fitting into his plans.” The reassuring promise of this passage of text is that God works for our good “in all things”! It literally means that no matter the circumstance, there are only two qualifiers for God to be working all things together for our good.

First, He works for “the good of those who love Him.” If you love God, you can trust that He is working for your good. He loves you back, and when we love people, we seek their welfare.

Second, He works for “those who are called according to His purpose.” Picking up your cross (daily) entails submission. You have been called by God for a purpose that He holds for your life.

The words in this passage of text also suggests that these two qualifiers–loving God and experiencing His call–are actually one. Those who love God are called according to His purpose. And vice versa.

Additionally, being called according to God’s purpose also reminds us what “our good” actually is. It’s not our comfort or worldly success. It’s the furthering of His purpose in and through us our lives!

Look at it this way, because we have this assurance we can unequivocally trust that God will restore everything that was stolen. We will recover. We will bounce back. Better days are coming. Blessings are coming our way. What’s about to happen next will cause us to rejoice with jubilee! God is always up to something incredible!

#BeStrong

#TGBTG

#AllThingsWorkTogether

About #4GIVEN

#4GIVEN ministries is a devotional blog written to empower, encourage, and equip believers and unbelievers. We sincerely hope and pray that every reader and fellow blogger walks always with inspiration in their hearts and a fire in their belly after they read one of our inspiring devotionals. The mission is to make Christ known and to remind believers and unbelievers they are never too far gone for God to heal, deliver, and set free!
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