When life situations don’t turn out as we expect or plan them to, we often attribute the outcome to “luck” or “chance.” But there is no such thing. All things work out and are worked out by the great King of everything. In this passage,
I watched a movie recently that I can confidently recommend—and not only because at one point it introduces a South African accent. I Still Believe is based on the true story of Christian singer Jeremy Camp and his first wife, who died of ovarian cancer
“The main function of the little toe is to make sure that all the furniture in the house is in place.” I laughed when I read this. But I also grimaced, for I know this experience. I want to say “ouch” just thinking about it!
Anton’s recent sermon from Ecclesiastes helped me, a lot. In expounding 7:13 (“Consider the work of God: who can make straight what he has made crooked?”) he explained that, though we cannot control outcomes, we can be content knowing that whatever God makes “crooked” in