Romans 8:28 (NKJV) 28 And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose. Let’s get back to the rest of this wonderful promise! for good. Now here, most people have many misconceptions. When we think of our good, we think…
HIS BELOVED SON.
HIS BELOVED DAUGHTER.
Because of Jesus' obedience, we are saved. We are spared from God's wrath. Only thing we need to do is to "believe" and to have faith in His blood that shed on the cross.
Now, by believing in Him, we will have Eternal Life (John 3:16). This is the Life that we have through CHRIST.
Likewise with God's promises. It is alive. It is living. It is His Word. It has its meaning to us. Though some of His promises was spoken according to the history, was to the people of Israel, God will make it sure that He will make it happen to us as well. His promises will never be in past tense. It will always be in present and future tense. That is how faithful He is.
"In God's will; by Faith". Knowing that "God's will" to me is always Victory, Triump, Success, Favor, Anointing and Blessing in His name.
This is my story, this is my song,
Praising my Savior all the day long;
Take my life
And let it be consecrated,
Lord, to Thee;
Glory she will not give to another,
Only unto her sovereign King.
We can’t blame people who tagged Christians as hypocrites. They don’t even know what they are saying. Love them anyway. They do not understand that Christianity is a life-time process. It grows. It blossoms. It functions. It is an organism. Life of a Christian mature.
Whenever I read this verse, I always imagine myself trying a new flavor of ice cream. The moment of that first bite and then sweetness and creaminess comes right after. A burst of wonderful flavors in every spoonful, I could taste chocolate chips, almonds, cookie dough. Oh yes! What a pleasure to my palette! Then a signal to my brain will be sent saying "This is really good! I will definitely buy again!" This scenario is the simplest way I could express how this verse means, well, generally speaking.