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Goodness on your way!

All things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose. Romans 8:28

Good morning, friends! I heard this testimony last evening and would like to share the same with you today. If you love God, you can be sure that all things are working for good, no matter how big your problem is!

A young girl wanted to do her B.SC Nursing at CMC, Vellore. She is from Southern part of Tamil Nadu, India. She went to CMC for attending interview. As we all know many people from all over India went there for the same. A few girls joined together and they got ready to the interview. This girl wanted to buy a new high heels sandal. She bought a new pair and hurried into the campus as she had to be there on time. But she was shocked when one of the sandals tore. She had no time to buy another one. So with all the girls laughing at her and with a heavy heart, she went in and waited for her turn to attend the interview. As she was troubled, she kept on submitting herself to the will of God. By that time God reminded her of Romans 8:28.

All she could see was everyone coming out with a dull face. They all conveyed that the interview was very tough and they didn’t get selected. When this girl was called, she moved in after removing the sandals from her feet as they were of no use to her anymore. As soon as she entered in, a lady doctor among all the doctors seated there to handle the interview stood by her feet and was amazed saying, “I have not seen such a modest girl.” Smiley With no other question, they selected this girl and she was glad.
 
Yes, all things will work together for good to those who love Him! Are you in deep worries today? Are you feeling that every door is closed before you? No matter what happens, remember God is working in ways that you cannot see! Yes, He will bring out the best for you! He can make rivers in the deserts! What else do you need? Just hold on to Him.

May God bless!

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  1. Thanks Sis.Jansi for sharing. I have exprienced such Miracle in my Job interview. No need to talk much on the Interview, God gives the Job for us, If we Love and sacrifice our Life to him.
    God Bless You

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  2. Thanks a lot. Your testimony encourages me too. May God bless you!

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  3. This has been a life changing promise to me. It always encourages me in whatever I do.

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