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God's Shelter for your Storm: Excerpt 2, Sheila Walsh

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God's Shelter for your Storm: Excerpt 2, Sheila Walsh
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God’s promise in Romans 8:28 reads, “We know that in all
things God works for the good of those who love him, who
have been called according to his purpose.”

But how can God use even the worst circumstances in life
for good, to bring us closer to Him? Do we really believe He will
take the most unlikely events and the most painful moments of
 life for our good and His glory? The confident assertion of this
Romans 8:28 promise is that God will use all things for good.

We who, by God’s Spirit, have been adopted into His family
can rest assured that God is at work in our lives for good.
Based on this truth, Paul boldly assured us that everything will
work out in God’s way and in His time. The result should be
our deepest confidence in the heart of God and His love for us.
If we patiently wait, we will see the unfolding of this tapestry of
experiences into the establishment of His purposes. Our confidence
flows out of His steadfastness.


From God’s Shelter for Your Storm by Sheila Walsh


About God’s Shelter for Your Storm

In a world of uncertainty, pain, and struggle, where do you go to find solid and steadfast assurance?

Gifted Women of Faith® speaker Sheila Walsh offers powerful, heart-filled teaching on ten bedrock promises of God, providing the foundation for daily living with confidence, hope, and joy. Sheila unveils principles that provide unshakable security during even the most difficult times by weaving her hallmark storytelling, personal experiences, and applicable Scripture to help readers gain a trust in God that will sustain them for a lifetime.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sheila Walsh

Sheila Walsh

Sheila Walsh, Women of Faith® speaker, is the author of the award-winning Gigi, God’s Little Princess® series and How to Be God’s Little Princess.

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