Conclusion- How to Redeem Your Trials (Part 2)

When we recognize that we missed the mark and repent, God moves to work His good plan for our welfare and not for our harm. Always remember He loves us with a perfect love- the kind of love that drives out our fear of punishment or suffering so that we can rest in the hope that all will turn out well.

The key is patience. Patience is defined by Webster’s Dictionary as “bearing or enduring pains, trials or the like without complaint.” If we will surrender to what God is causing or allowing with this kind of attitude, the trial will prosper us. We can expect a good outcome- an outcome that is beneficial for His kingdom and for our growth in Christ-likeness.