Everything happens for a reason, and the reason is God, who is in control.
The experiences, the people we meet, and the problems encountered.
All geared towards good because of God’s mercy that’s greater than ours.
When things work out, it is His doing, as He wants us to prosper.
A song playing that we needed to hear is Jesus comforting.
The people in our lives and those we meet were previously ordained.
Coincidences don’t exist; it’s how God gets our attention.
Playing the psalms, by “you version rest,” on Alexa or YouTube gives peace.
His words and promises are soothing, encouraging and developing trust.
The psalm I hear when I wake or walk into the room is not by chance
But what God wishes to communicate to me at the moment.
I know days are better, and things go well when I do what is correct.
If I fail, I thank Him for the consequences with a heart contrite.
Indeed I know in due time, God will work it out and make everyone right.
Symptoms disappear by ignoring it, not just because, for resisting temptation.
When kids or family members show growth, it’s God’s transformation.
The challenges we face are lessons towards sanctification.
If it stops raining upon entering and exiting the car, it’s Jesus being kind.
When we practice virtue, it’s His Spirit within us working overtime.
Churches are not just buildings but the opportunity to receive Christ.
Behind perfect timing, strength, decisions, and altruism, He is the force.
When people are unusually generous and sweet, it’s God’s influence.
Every waking day is God’s compassion, giving us yet another chance.
Victories in trials and adversity are due to God’s hand in everything.
Our joy, peace, and love is derived from loyalty to our mighty king.
Much love and God bless,