Flatlander Faith

Apologetics from an Anabaptist perspective

Do “All Things” Really Work For Good?

Your post brought to my mind a memory from years ago. A brother and I were superintendents for Vacation Bible School. As we were choosing choruses for the children to sing, the brother pointed to the words following and said: “If these children remember nothing else from this week but the words of this chorus, that would be enough to lead them to trust in God in the storms of life.” We made it thee theme song of that year`s Vacation Bible School.

I know the Lord will make a way for me,
I know the Lord will make a way for me.
If I trust and never doubt
He will surely lead me out,
I know the Lord will make a way for me.

Wishing God’s blessings to you and Mary.

Unshakable Hope

Before I begin this post, I feel like I owe the readers of my last post an apology.
When I started this Unshakable Hope blog over six years ago, I set some guidelines for myself. One of these guidelines was replying to every comment made. I figure, if people took the time to read and comment on a post, I at least owed them a “Thank You.” Besides, I enjoy interacting with my readers; my friends.

I didn’t reply to even one comment. Mary and I read every comment on our own, and then she read them out loud to me. Thank you so much for your encouraging comments and for your prayers – both of these help us to persevere.

As I mentioned in the perseverance post on my birthday, Friday, October 5th, I planned on posting it on September 23rd, but I woke up that Monday morning with…

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One response to “Do “All Things” Really Work For Good?

  1. Ed Warkentin November 3, 2018 at 07:09

    Always I enjoy your writings. Ed Warkentin

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