God is Still in Control

God is still in control, Elizabeth George, Christian blog postsThe world seems to be out of control. This makes it easy to think God doesn’t care about what’s going on, or that He isn’t capable of dealing with it.

But God does care. And He is capable of doing whatever He wants—but in His timing. Hear what God told Moses with regard to the Israelites when they were held captive in Egypt:

  • I have seen the misery of my people in Egypt…
  • I am concerned about their suffering.
  • So I have come down to rescue them…
  • I am sending you to Pharaoh (Exodus 3:7-10).

God is STILL in control, even through the chaos

This is the same sovereign God who today sees us and is concerned about us. He has sent His Son to die for our sins, and Jesus will return one day to deal with evil. The Bible tells us all these things. You can trust what it says. Even when it may not seem like it, God really is still in control. Your response? Willingly submit to His authority, and rest in His care.

Moments of Grace for a Woman’s Heart brings together personal, heartfelt devotions that will infuse women with the confidence that God is watching over them and will care for them in every circumstance.

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Jim and Elizabeth George

Jim and Elizabeth George are bestselling authors and national speakers dedicated to helping people live a life after God’s own heart. Together, they have written over 150 books with more than 14 million copies sold around the world. For over 35 years, the teachings and steadfast example of Elizabeth and Jim have helped countless men and women:

  • Simplify life by focusing on God’s priorities.
  • Appreciate God’s Word and apply it to everyday situations.
  • Respond to circumstances with confidence by seeing yourself through God’s loving eyes.
  • Increase closeness in marriage by serving and honoring each other.
  • Powerfully shape the hearts of children and teenagers.
  • Enjoy greater intimacy with God.

Learn more about Jim and Elizabeth George here.

Jim and Elizabeth George

Jim and Elizabeth George are bestselling authors and national speakers dedicated to helping people live a life after God’s own heart. Together, they have written over 150 books with more than 14 million copies sold around the world. For over 35 years, the teachings and steadfast example of Elizabeth and Jim have helped countless men and women:

  • Simplify life by focusing on God’s priorities.
  • Appreciate God’s Word and apply it to everyday situations.
  • Respond to circumstances with confidence by seeing yourself through God’s loving eyes.
  • Increase closeness in marriage by serving and honoring each other.
  • Powerfully shape the hearts of children and teenagers.
  • Enjoy greater intimacy with God.

Learn more about Jim and Elizabeth George here.


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