It Will All Work Out
Ephesians 1:11 is a powerful verse with a vital lesson,
In Him also we have obtained an inheritance, being predestined according to the purpose of Him who works all things according to the counsel of His will.
Over the 30 years of my Christian life, I have come to have great confidence in God’s ability to work things out. No matter what is going on or how obscured my understanding of a situation is, I believe God is always working things according to His great sovereign plan.
It is as if there is this giant tapestry that God is weaving, and my life is a part of it. I sometimes get caught up with the temporal things and the stuff that is happening, but God reminds me, “Hey, nothing is taking Me by surprise. I’m weaving all of these things into this great pattern. Your mistakes, the stuff that happens to you, it is all going to turn out alright!”
Has it ever occurred to you that nothing occurs to God? The thing you are embroiled in right now did not take God by surprise. He did not look at your situation and say, “Oh no! I didn’t figure on that! Gabriel, do you have any suggestions? What are we going to do?”
I know that sometimes in my microscopic view of things I have said, “Lord, such and such has got to happen.” And God has replied, “Well, you don’t have the big picture.” Then, as time went on, God pulled the camera back, and I got the wide view, and I realized God was up to something very cool—totally apart from what I thought “had to happen.”
Whatever your situation, you can rest assured that God has plans to work things out. God is working all things after the counsel of His own will. So relax! Even if your present circumstances have totally taken you by surprise, God saw it coming and made provision far ahead of time.
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