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Yesterday, while in church, the above statement dropped in my heart for today’s post. All things worketh together for good…this is one of the bible passages that is hard to believe when going through difficulties. We just keep wondering and asking where the good is in someone’s death or in failing exams or in losing your job or your home…Where is the good that is going to come from this, what good could possibly come from tragedies. If you are a child of God, you’ll know that God is all-knowing and the master planner who in the end comes through for us always.

You just have to persist in the pain, don’t get lost in it or forget the other times you needed God and He was there for you. He’s a master planner whose ways are just beyond Human comprehension. To those who love, that failure or sickness or death is all working together for good for you. Just be attentive, open your heart to learn what you are supposed to from each situation or challenge in life.

All the problems and issues is working to perfect his plans. Al you have to do is to love Him. John 14 v 5 says if you love me, you will keep my commandments. You show love for God when you obey him and live according to his will. Hold unto Him tight and soon enough, you’ll see that there was a light at the end of the tunnel.

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       Kambi

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