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The Triumph in the Trial by Briana Lassiter

When trials come at us it feels very overwhelming in the midst of it, and the unpredictability of whether or not we will make it through can try to weigh on us and make it feel impossible to ever come through at all, much less successfully.

However before we ever even entered the trial, we have the predicted outcome already set, as it says in 2 Corinthians 2:14, “Now thanks be to God, which always causes us to triumph in Christ, and makes manifest the aroma of his knowledge by us in every place.”

We can trust Him no matter what we are dealing with today, that in every situation He has an outcome of triumph for us.

We can trust Him that whatever impossible situations we may face, nothing is impossible for Him, and He works all things together for our good because He loves us and has called us according to His purposes.

Trust Him today to get you to your triumph, and allow the truth of what He Himself said to wash over you and your situation as you wait for Him to move on your behalf.

By Briana Lassiter

Bri Small headshotI’m married to my dearest friend of 8 years and mom to an energetic 6-year-old. My greatest joys come from traveling with my little family, cooking for appreciative recipients, learning herbalism and natural medicine, and every experience I get to have in prayer ministry. I’m an avid tea and book lover and can’t get enough of either. I love Jesus and the daily adventure that comes from walking in friendship with him as he arranges and rearranges my story.

2 Comments

  1. Very true. Even when God led us into homelessness He already prepared us for the trial and for the outcome. This did not negate the trial but helped us have hope and uncompromising faith in the midst of it.

    Blessings,
    Homer Les
    Uncompromising Faith

    • Amen! That sounds like an amazing testimony. So grateful you came out on the other side of that struggle with increased and more deeply rooted faith and trust.

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