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God Works For the Good of Those Who Love Him

“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” -Romans 8:28.
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Life is funny; the very things that appear to be moving us a few steps back are actually stretching us in order to catapult us into our beautiful future.
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After a painful season of transition, the clouds are parting and I’m seeing rays of God’s love pour through and show me exactly how he is working out everything for my good. I can feel how necessary this last season of change has been.
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I’m learning that if we can hold on in faith and allow God’s grace to build our trust in Him while we are experiencing challenges that upset our mindsets, we can see later on how we benefit from letting go, releasing, and surrendering our plans to Him.
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I’m learning to be still and trust God to be God, to quiet my mind and do the next right step. Only one very next step in something I feel aligned with God’s purpose for my life. Finding a new recipe that might delight my oldest son with extensive food allergies. Spending extra time this summer in the ocean so my kids can ride a few more waves. Giving that call to a friend I know who has new challenges going on.
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The most exciting steps, by far, have been for the development of Moss and Water Designs. God has taken a beautiful chapter of my life, creating Moss and Water Designs, and has shown me how He will carry me through according to His purpose. I’m stunned by what is occurring and it truly is beyond anything I could have imagined.
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To live in line with God’s purpose for our lives feels different than making our plans and asking God to bless them. To allow God to guide our days, obeying where he calls us, open to the adventure, results in fresh energy and excitement as we witness His hand making life-giving changes.
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May your day be filled with the realization that God is working everything out in your life for your good.

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