Pain usually connotes a negative occurrence, which no one wants. We desire to live a life that’s free from suffering, but the Bible tells us that there is a glorious purpose and outcome to pain.
We may not fully understand why nor see the end result, but we can trust the hand of our Heavenly Father working in and through us. He will fulfill His divine plan for His name to be glorified and His children to be reconciled back to Him.
Has someone given you a promise, yet did not deliver?
Most, if not all of us, have experienced being let down by someone. And to protect our hearts, we either put up a bold front, strive to be accepted, or struggle to fully trust once more.
Until we open our hearts to that Someone who will never disappoint us or let us down, this will be a cycle we’ll always find ourselves in. Only God is able and willing to deliver on each promise He has given.
God is not just faithful. He is consistently faithful. And His faithfulness does not depend on whether or not we’ve been faithful.
It’s easy to hold on tight to someone you can see and touch. It’s easy to believe the things that you understand.
But what if it’s something you can’t see? What if it’s something you can’t understand?
Our Heavenly Father, who has seen all things and knows all things, is drawing us to Him. He’s inviting us to reach out and hold on to His hands and trust Him, even if we can’t see nor understand, simply because the God that we serve will always be faithful, sovereign and loving.
Do you feel restless not knowing what the future holds?
Living in uncertain times makes us grapple for something that’s steady and stable. Something that will remain constant. As we continue to search, may we realize that the only thing that has remained the same and will continue to remain the same is God. He is our Everlasting Father who has always been and will always be loving, faithful, sovereign and good.
“In the midst of changing times, we can put our trust in an unchanging God.”