Romans 8:28

"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called according to His purpose"

From the previous series we know that God is at work by His mercy and assurance of grace. “That all things” is a comprehensive expression. It is an assurance of grace without restrictions or limits, except one restricts or removes himself/herself from the truth and blessing of/in all things. What part is confusing from “all things”?


Paul suffered, groaned and was rejected at some point, but it was all part of the great plan of God of all grace to carry him with uncommon grace. He knew very well that all negative events have positive purposes. Eventually, the overall lifestyle of Paul brought Glory to God and serves as good example to a willing Christian.


Paul was captured by grace and was only sentenced to a couple of days of re processing and re proving, because he knew the power of grace. We are serving the God of all things and indeed the God of all mercy and grace. There is nothing before us, after us, within us or around us that are never His (God’s) things. Consider all things as in Christ who is in charge. Surrender like Paul did on his way to Damascus and that moment of grace changed his lifetime and eternity. AMEN!!!!

Prayer points for the day

1) Father, thank you for the blessing of grace for another day in your presence, in Jesus Name. Amen.

2) Lord, thank you for giving me grace for the moment in Jesus Name. Amen.

3) Father, thank you for the journey of grace in my life and family, in Jesus Name.

4) Lord, give me more grace to live and know you more and more, in Jesus Name.

5) Father, do not allow me to frustrate your grace in my life, in Jesus Name

6) Father, do not allow the devil to steal my grace, in Jesus Name.

7) Lord, give me the understanding that your grace is uncommon and sufficient for me, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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"His grace is sufficient for thee..." 2 Cor 12: 9