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By Braxton King
“So do not worry about tomorrow; for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.”
Jesus was very clear when He told us that we’re going to have trouble in this world. However, He told us, as believers, to be courageous because He had overcome the world.
Each day has enough trouble for itself. That means today you’re probably going to face some trouble, but you can be confident knowing God will never leave you or forsake you. You can be confident in knowing that He makes all things work together for the good to those who love Him and are called according to His purpose.
So today, rejoice when you face trouble because you know your God can turn your trouble into triumph. The Lord promised in His Word to make all things work together for the good to those who love God, and are called according to His purpose. We understand that “all things” includes both good and bad things. In this article, we’re mainly dealing with trouble and God‘s ability to turn our trouble into triumph.
Corrie Ten Boom said, “There is no panic in Heaven! God has no problems, only plans.” We can have confidence that our God is going to work everything out, even though we face troubles often. Billy Graham said, “God promises no easy life or days without troubles, trials, difficulties, and temptations. He never promises life will be perfect. He does not call his children to a playground, but to a battleground.”
With this mindset and armed with the full armor of God, the born-again believer can face adversity and trouble with confidence, knowing that the captain of their salvation will see them through.