“A wise man’s heart guides his mouth” Proverbs 16:23

The Word tells us in Romans 8:28, “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Him who have been called according to His purpose.”

We know that life, and the accuser of man kind, can throw some things into our path that are not good.  We see things happen around us, and to others that are absolutely tragic, and simply cannot be explained.  But here is a truth that a Child of God must walk in.  “We live by faith, not by sight.” ( 2 Corinthians 5:7)
When we spend time in the Word of the Most High, we are taught by the Holy Spirit that we are not just a leaf in the wind being blown about.   If we have Christ into our lives, we are indeed a child of God, Abba Father, and we will be treated accordingly.  Even if we have made some poor choices, and the consequences are having to be dealt with, God will take those things and use them for our good.  If we have lost some things in our lives through no fault of our own, God will take the issues and facts and use them for our good.  He will replace them with something better though we may not be able to see it at the moment in time.  “In ALL things God works for our good.”  We must trust that truth.
As we trust the process, some things take longer than others, we cannot be distracted or discouraged if things seem to be upside down.  It is important that we speak faith into our walk. Since we walk by faith and not by sight, we call things that are not yet as though they were. Romans 4:17 tells us “The Lord gives life to the dead” (resurrected dreams), and “calls things that are not as though they were” (creating by the spoken word).  Our faith in His Word brings wisdom to our heart.  “A wise man’s heart guides his mouth.”
You are greatly blessed, highly favored, and deeply loved, God’s Beloveds.  Make no mistake about who you are.  Own it.
Love in Christ Jesus,
Poppa B.
Abundant Life Christian Fellowship, On Line

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