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Hey there, world changer!
God loves to fix broken things. Have you ever noticed that in the Bible, he goes after the most messed up situations and finds people that have gone way too far off the deep-end and makes all things new?
In the Kingdom of God, everything is backward from the world. He takes broken, ugly things and makes them beautiful. He takes impossible situations and makes them possible. He picks out the “least likely” one in a crowd and labels him with divine purpose. When circumstances aren’t looking favorable or good, God performs miracles, over and over again.
You see, when life gets messy, God is not intimidated. Before Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden of Eden and ruined it for the rest of us, God already had a master plan of restoration in mind. He saw beginning to end and every chapter written in between. And, in the same way, he sees our lives, every single detail, including how our failures, mistakes and greatest tragedies are going to work out for our good.
Sometimes when I go through challenging times in life, I need to know that God is already waiting for me in the victory. I need to know that his plan of restoration was already thought through before I even walked into the chaos. I need to know that he was always the solution before the problem even occurred. And, let me remind you that he is MORE than enough for every challenge or battle you face.
I don’t know what you’re walking through, but God does. He is not overwhelmed by it or wondering how the situation is going to turn around. He’s already on the other side of it, encouraging you to just keep going and trust in Him. And through it all, he is giving you what you need to be victorious because, in him, the battle is already won. God’s got you.
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