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IN ALL DAYS

IN ALL DAYS - We point to our sick child, crutches, or famine and say, “This makes no sense!” Yet out of all God’s work, how much do we truly understand? Only a sliver. What if God’s answer to the question of suffering requires more megabytes than our puny minds have been given?

IN ALL DAYS

We point to our sick child, crutches, or famine and say, “This makes no sense!” Yet out of all God’s work, how much do we truly understand? Only a sliver. What if God’s answer to the question of suffering requires more megabytes than our puny minds have been given?

This was Paul’s opinion. “Our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all” (2 Corinthians 4:17 NIV). What is coming will make sense of what is happening now. Let God finish his work. The forecast is simple. Good days, bad days. But God is in all days. He is the Lord of the famine and the Lord of the feast, and he uses both to accomplish his will.

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