But For One Voice to Rejoice


Because God is always at work to restore,

because God has called me to partner with Him in the work of restoration,

because my words and my actions make a difference in the final outcome of things,

I choose to rejoice and give thanks in all things.

I do not rejoice for all things because that would mean that I rejoice in sin. I rejoice in all things because I know the One who is always at work in the midst of all things.

As a child of God, I choose the path of faith. No matter what I see before my eyes, I choose to believe that the sovereign God has a plan and is at work to establish His will.

The wickedness of the earth was great enough that God considered destroying the entire earth. But Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord. Noah's godly response meant the favor of God for the future of the human race.

When I choose to rejoice and give thanks in all things, I too can be a release point for God’s restoring work on the earth.

But for Noah (Genesis 6:8), the earth would have been destroyed.

If I fail to rejoice and to give thanks, what blessing might pass us by?

I choose to rejoice and give thanks in all things.

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