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Good From Evil

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God has the ability to turn evil into a means for good and to accomplish His intended purposes.

"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." (Romans 8:28 niv)

Could there possibly be a more vivid example of evil than Adolf Hitler and his effort to exterminate the Jews? And yet, incredibly, God was able to bring good even from Hitler’s horrific evil. Because of the world’s reaction to this horror, the nation of Israel was reborn after not existing for almost 1900 years. Once again, the Jews claimed the permanent homeland God had promised their forefathers thousands of years before.

But there is actually an even greater example of God taking evil and using it as a means of great good. It is the story of the cross. Each one of us—through our sinful natures—is responsible for murdering the innocent Son of God. This was truly the most evil act in all of history. Yet God took our evil and turned it into the greatest act of good. He did this by offering us salvation and forgiveness of sin. He used this great evil to offer us a relationship, oneness, and reconciliation with God.

The cross gives us hope that no matter what evil we have done, or what evil others have done to us, God has the ability to turn evil into a means for good and to accomplish His intended purposes.

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