How Does God Plan to Use You?

Can God use me

God called Nebuchadnezzar his servant though he was a Babylonian pagan. Cyrus the king of Persia was called “God’s anointed one” in Isaiah 45:1 and God referred to him as “my shepherd” in Isaiah 44:28 even though Cyrus was an unbeliever.  Romans 8:28 tells us “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”  Proverbs 16:4 tells us “The LORD works out everything for his own ends–even the wicked for a day of disaster.”  So the bottom line is that God is most certainly in control and all people can and will be used by God to fulfill his divine purpose.  Therefore, the question is not if God is going to use you or not.  The question is how does God plan to use you?  This is a fact each of us needs to clearly understand.

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About Alecia Roberts

First and foremost, I am a Christian. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother. I wrote The Pursuit of Purpose: A Journey to Forgiveness and Healing while my husband was working overseas as a civilian contractor. The Pursuit of Purpose: A Journey to Forgiveness and Healing is my testimony of God's amazing love, grace and power in a surrendered life and heart. It was released on May 29, 2012. I lost my middle daughter, Heather who suffered from mental illness and addiction to an overdose in October of 2015. Since then I've dedicated my life to confronting addiction and promoting changes in North Carolina that will hopefully save lives.
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One Response to How Does God Plan to Use You?

  1. margery mcSwain says:

    Thank Alecia ! God use me through His word and other people, such as your self sharing,
    then what I learn I can Bless another life with , Your dear friend, Marj.

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