Mar 312013
 

Pilgrim Theology.
Michael S. Horton.
Page: 116
I may not know how God will work together my mistakes, sins, and foolishness for my good and his glory . However, I do know that he has triumphed over evil ultimately in Christ . “None of the rulers of this age understood this, for if they had, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory” (1Co 2:8) . The revelation now of this mystery is all we need for our confidence that our lives are not tragic and meaningless, as they might seem to us at times . With Christ’s resurrection, we’re already able to catch a glimpse of the ending (which is really the beginning) even in the middle of the story.

God does not have a Plan B for our lives. Everything works together for our ultimate good. There need not be any anxiety that we are able to thwart God’s will for our lives.


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