God Has Worked It All Out – Faith Is The Key

God Has Worked It All Out – Faith Is The Key

Daily Devotional

Recently I saw a Christian meme that said ” God has placed you where  you’re at in this very moment for a reason. Trust He’s working everything out.” I believe that this was designed to give hope and to make people feel good. But it’s not altogether true. I created this Christian meme to give hope to all those who need it. I believe that the truth gives the great hope of all.


Gods will is better than our will.

Trust In God Always.

 God sent us to earth with a body and free will with the agency to use it. We will always make mistakes. The Bible teaches us that we can repent for the mistakes we make or the sins we commit.

God doesn’t interfere with our use of agency. Where we’re at in any given moment is a result of our choices and use of free will. If we find our self in a bad place that makes us feel sad, then we have made uninspired choices. We put our self in that place.

If we find our self in a place that makes’ us feel happy, then we have made good and inspired choices. God will help us when we ask him or seek after him.

God will not uproot us and put us in a certain place that makes us feel bad, which takes away our free will. The great hope and truth behind all this is that with God, all things are possible and we can improve our situation as we ask for Gods guidance.

The Exception Rule

There is an exception to this. There are times when you find your self in a bad situation where you feel awful, through no fault of your own. This kind of situation can be caused by health problems or by being victimized.

In this case, we are placed in a situation without our consent or choice. In these types of situations we feel terrible and we need solutions and help. That help and ultimate happiness comes from God. He isn’t “working things out,” He has already worked them out and the help and solutions you need are already there.

To get Gods help simply requires faith in Him and reaching out though prayer, asking for His help. Then we need to be patient and listen for His help or be patient and wait for his help. Help will come. In His time frame you will receive His help.

Daily Devotional With Christian Pictures

Daily Devotional With Christian Pictures or Memes

Christ-Like Love

Christ-Like Love

This spritely Christian picture comes from 1 Corinthians 13 that talks about charity, which in this case is another word for love. This passage of scripture describes what the attributes of love are.  Just as there are many kinds of love, romantic love, friendship love, love our fellowman, and love ourselves to mention a few, these attribute can and should apply in all those love relationships.

Include loving ourselves. I hope that is not a foreign thought. Remember the scripture that says “love thy neighbor as thyself”?  If you don’t love yourself then you can’t love your neighbor much, if at all.

That commandment to love our neighbor as our self is a two pronged commandment. Love our self and love our neighbor. This is not a selfish thing, it’s an inspired thing. If you love yourself and recognize that you are a son or daughter of God then you would want to treat yourself better by not getting involved in anything that can harm the temple that you are.

The Lord Daily Bears Us Up

The Lord Daily Bears Us Up

Christian Devotional


This delightful quote comes from the Bible and is popular among those who create Christian memes or graphics. Is sounds hopeful and it praises The Lord. There is more to this simple and profound Bible quote. When you understand it better, you’ll have a new and even more profound appreciation for this wonderful verse.

Look at the Greek meaning for the word “bear.” It means “bear with,” “remove” or “endure.” So let’s read this verse with the Greek meaning.

blessedbethelordFirst version with “bear with”:
Blessed be the Lord, who daily bears with us up…

Second version with “remove“:
Blessed be the Lord, who daily remove us up…

Third version with “endure”:
Blessed be the Lord, who daily endure us up…

These versions don’t make complete grammatical sense however these Greek meanings add to the meaning of the verse.

Let’s look at the traditional sense of the verse as it is in the Christian picture. Blessed be the Lord, who daily keeps us standing, gives us strength or hope, keeps us going on the right path.

Now lets look at the additional meaning of the verse that the Greek words provide. The “bear(s) with” means that daily (every day!) The Lords bears with us, or puts up with us. Is this really much different? I think so, because it implies that He puts up with us rather than just cast us off because He gets tired with our redundant bad behavior. He’s loving us all the time and does what He can to be with us always. If we need him (we always need Him), He is right there.

In the case of the word “remove,” I don’t see how it works in this verse but the word “bear” appears throughout the scriptures so it’s worth mentioning now for use later on in your Bible reading. In the application of “bear” or “remove” could refer to the removal of sin through our repentance and His mercy and grace. It could also mean that He removes barriers, trials or other problems we may be involved with.

In the third application using the word “endure” makes a lot of sense in this verse and could make a lot of sense in other uses throughout the Bible. The Lord daily “endures” with us. It speaks to the longsuffering quality of our Redeemer’s love for us.

Not only do these Greek meanings add some to this great Bible passage but it aids in understanding other passages in the Holy Scriptures.

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