Thought-provoking when read in tandem with the previous post’s remarks on the revelation of the ‘mystery’ that had been ‘hidden in God’, to which Paul refers in Ephesians.
with Jeremy Westcott –
And we know that God causes all things to work together for good to those who love God, to those who are called according to His purpose (Romans 8:28).
We can only love God because He first loved us. The Father sent Jesus because He loves us. All He is looking for is for us to respond to that love and come into a relationship with Him. Then we will begin to know that we have been called according to His purpose.
Do we know what that purpose is? Are we seeking for it? Are we just aimlessly wandering around hoping it will materialise for us? Or are we self-absorbed, living only for the present, wrapped up in trivial self-gratification, in material possessions, position or power?
Perhaps it is buried deep within our hearts, beneath layers of disappointment, frustration and regret built…
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