David Burke provides an Easter reflection that reminds us that in puzzling and painful providence the perception of the “goodness and the perfections of his providence may often only be seen through the rear vision mirror and not through the windscreen or side windows.”
The death and resurrection of Jesus is the compelling example of God working all things for the good of those who love him. As we meditate on it, we have confidence quietly to stay loyal to the Lord as we wait to see the resolution of our painful and puzzling providence. The patriarch puts it well yet again, So do not fear, I will provide for you and your little ones (Gen 50:21).
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