“Not My Will, But Yours Be Done”

When we understand that God has our best interests in mind regardless of our circumstances we can trust him. So when you face trials and tribulation, remember that God loves you and he can take everything you’re going through and work it together for good and your prayers can reflect the heart of Jesus when he said, “Not my will, but Yours be done.” And when you come out the other end, you can say along with Paul, that God’s grace is sufficient and nothing can separate me from the love of God.
* A caller asks if it is the cross alone that saves and how to keep from sinning. * Susan asks, “who is my brother” in Biblical context.
* Nancy is looking for Scriptures to encourage her sister-in-law who lost her son to suicide.

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