Resting in God's Faithfulness

March 22, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

We have experienced a week of God's miracles in our lives. When our emotions were heavy with stress over life's issues, all I can say is "God is good to his people." Whether the problem was an unexpected bill, the worry over a child, or an illness, our God came through. The part of this that I love the most is that He did it in ways that we were not expecting just so we would know that it was no one but Jesus who answered our prayers.

God may have allowed us to be tested so we would change our lifestyles. When he corrects us, it is not because he is withholding things from us but instead, it is so we can enjoy what He has in store for us. With sin, comes pain and agony but with God, we receive joy and peace.

Trusting in His faithfulness is one massive step to living a life, not free from pain, but with the promised protection that we can make it through anything thrown at us.

Thank you Jesus for sacrificing so we can be heirs in the same promise.

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twh

Read | 1 Corinthians 1:4-9

When plans are frustrated or life just seems to fall apart in some way, it’s not uncommon for people to wonder, Has God deserted me? Why hasn’t He answered my prayers? Deuteronomy 7:9 offers encouragement with assurance of the Father’s faithfulness: “Know therefore that the Lord your God, He is God, the faithful God, who keeps His covenant and His lovingkindness to a thousandth generation with those who love Him and keep His commandments.”

Five attributes of God make this possible. First, He knows everything, including our needs, thoughts, frailties, and desires—past, present, and future. Next, the Lord is all-powerful, so nothing is too hard for Him (Jer. 32:17). Then, He exists everywhere at once and is never beyond reach.

In addition, our heavenly Father cannot lie. Everything that He says is true and 100 percent reliable.

Lastly, God is unchanging. The world around us and our circumstances seem to be in a constant state of flux. And the Lord may even modify the way He chooses to interact with mankind in different generations. But His character is always the same. So when Scripture tells us that God is faithful, we can rest confidently upon that promise.

Circumstances often prove painful. But even when situations seem overwhelming, believers can trust that our sovereign Lord knows all, is in control, and lovingly works everything for His children’s good. We can rest confidently, knowing that the unchanging God of all creation is taking care of us. - Charles Stanley

 


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