“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28
Those who love God, everything works out for good, this is the faith that we need to grow in. If you love God, this is assurance that no matter what you are going through – this is for your good! If you look at your life and all the things that happen in your life, all these things Together – lead you to good, which is love and God Himself. Things by themselves don’t have that affect. But if you put them all together, it’s a big plan that we sometimes do not see or understand.
Sometimes the storm can be inside,
Tough situations come like a flood.
And different troubles try to bite!
Where is my peace? Where is my trust?
And if the storm is around us,
I have my peace, I have my trust!
And I am saved by Holy blood,
I am Your child, You are my God!
The Church of God can only have ONE foundation and that is Christ. Today, there are so many Christian churches in the world, that it is impossible to count them all! But a serious question arises when you see division a thousandfold – can this really be the structure of God? Does God build a house like this for Himself? That is divided amongst itself into a thousand pieces? Or maybe God has a thousand houses? Doesn’t the Bible teach us about ONE house, ONE building? Why has it become that each Christian denomination or group built something of their own? And somehow all the denominations rely on one stone? But if they all had one stone or the same foundation, then shouldn’t there also be complete unity, as the Gospel teaches us? When Moses was building the tabernacle for God, which is a foreshadowing of the Church, how did he build it? I think everyone knows how everything was specifically held together and connected to one another. And it should be the same for us Christians today; we are the members of the Body of Christ! The building of God cannot be divided within itself! If there are divisions then it is no longer a structure of God but rather a soulful, earthly, man-made structure.