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Great are the works of the Lord;
They are studied by all who delight in them. Psalm 111:2 (NASB)

Recently a dear sister Faye commented on one of my posts as she often does, saying “that God is ever present in and through it [life] all.” This really touched my heart, and it reminded me of an old Andrae Crouch song. It also coincided ( by His hand) with the above verse in my devotionals. As I reflected on the verse and the Andrae Crouch song together I was reminded of the many trials of my life, and how in each case God my Father brought me through them – through it all.

In the midst of a personal storm is the right time to reflect on past storms, and how God has delivered us out of them. In this our present storm is put in perspective, giving us confidence that He is in complete control and will deliver us as He did in past storms. With such knowledge it is natural to respond by praising Almighty God, even when our storm is still raging. Through it all He will provide, and reign supreme.

Let Us Pray: Dear Father God, we love and adore You. Guide us in our times of trial and pain, that we remember past times when You delivered and provided for us. Let us gain strength for the present from the past, that we may glorify You as we shine for You before men. We pray in the precious name of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour, Amen.

9 thoughts on “Through It All

  1. You are so right, Alan. Reflecting on what God has previously done reframes our current state with hope. One of the benefits of journaling, the ability to review and recount the many blessings He has so generously provided.

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