Sovereignty is a reality that few wish to tackle because of its ramification in our lives is enormous.
God’s sovereign touch gives us the grace to be able to face and accept our faults and sins, especially how they have hurt others.
I don’t want to live my life resisting what offends me or the things I don’t like. Rather I want to live receiving all of life as from God.
I am seeing life like I rest in the palm of God’s hand and that because I am His, all things in my life are Jesus touching, guiding, and leading me.
You may not currently see God's movement in your life. You may be questioning, “Where are You, God?” But God's weaving a tapestry to give us every opportunity to know Him.
How many of my disappointments are just God’s loving hand positioning me into His purpose? Could God be that sovereign? Does sovereignty reach that far?
If I am eating the fruits of knowledge then I am involved in fixing what God screwed up and manhandling Him to give me what is good.
When I choose to live my life with thanks to God, I make a choice for Life, which liberates me from the Tree of Knowledge.
Prayer and sovereignty are uniquely entwined while appearing to be seemingly contradictory. So if God is sovereign, what is the purpose of prayer?
God’s Sovereignty is one of those subjects everyone has had trouble with. Only a spiritual man can truly receive this with thanks and a concerted effort.
The paradox is that there are two contradictory realities, God's sovereignty and man's free-will. And while it's a seeming contradiction, Jesus is still Lord.
Despots may scheme and finagle but it's God Himself who places them in leadership. No man can steal what only God Himself endows.