Providence Made Practical

By Charles R. Swindoll


Romans 8:25–39

At long last, we have reached the climax of the first section of Romans. Finally, the truths we've gleaned thus far begin to come together. Now that we have acknowledged the essential and inescapable presence of suffering in our journey, we need strong words of encouragement and reassurance. Because “we do not see” what's ahead (Romans 8:25), and because “we do not know how to pray” (8:26), we desperately need something to hang on to, mentally and emotionally—something to stabilize us in the midst of the “mess of life.” Knowing that, the apostle Paul offered some of the most powerful and comforting words in all his writings—reminding us of God's magnificent providence. Only by coming to terms with this great doctrine can we confidently face an uncertain future.

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