When God had me quit my job, it didn’t make sense. When the pandemic hit a month later, my bank account made no sense. When God told me to begin giving things away, that definitely didn’t make no sense. And when He said I’m calling you to Houston?! I surely thought my mind was broken.
These things may be easy to mention individually, but they were compounded moments of GREAT sacrifices. Within a six month period, my life seemingly went from bittersweet to sour. At least so I thought.
You see, when you’re in a difficult situation, it doesn’t feel good. And it really gets uncomfortable when the difficulties hit you back to back. But when God’s expiration date comes, what once made no sense, makes complete sense. You begin to see how God’s goodness was working behind the scenes.
Right now, you may have a lot of uncomfortable moments that puzzle you. But know, your time of expiration is coming soon. May you soon testify, that God caused ALL things to work together for your good…
Prayer for Re-Alignment:
Dear Lord my Heavenly Father, forgive me for questioning your ways. Cleanse me O Lord and make me right in your eyes. Remove the spiritual cataracts from my eyes that cause me to see incorrectly. Give me new sight and understanding to appreciate the great work you are doing in me. May every failure, every disappointment and every frustration work together for my good. May you purpose me further to accomplish your works in the Earth. God I love you, and I thank you for working all things together, for me.
In Jesus Name I pray, Amen 💜
”And we know [with great confidence] that God [who is deeply concerned about us] causes all things to work together [as a plan] for good for those who love God, to those who are called according to His plan and purpose.“
Romans 8:28 AMP
Song(s) Meditation: God is good by Jonathan McReynolds
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Reflection Question(s): We invite you to discuss below.
If you had to list them, what were some MAJOR unexpected sacrifices God had you make? How did you see them at first? How do you see them now?