ALL Means ALL

To the child of God, “all things work together for good…” (Romans 8:28). That little word “ALL” captures the scope of God’s promise. ALL includes every conceivable disappointment, sorrow, illness, pain, poverty, hardship, hurt, hate, and any other awful things calculated to separate us from the love of God (see verses 35, 38, and 39). God can take even bad situations and make them for the eternal good of His children. He brings blessings from curses, patience from suffering, sympathy from pain, and humility from disappointment. Whenever in the valley of despair, remember that “all things” (not “some things” or even “most things,” but “ALL” things) “work together for good.” ALL means ALL.—Samuel Koranteng-Pipim

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