Motorbikes parked at a busy market in District 10 of Saigon. We see in part what looks likely to be a busy day at the market for sellers.
Do you often look to see the big picture of your day? Your life? How about from God’s perspective?
When you don’t see things from God’s point of view, you may get discouraged, frustrated or unhappy. Paul, the writer of Philippians knew God was working out His plan in his own life in chapter 1:12, “I want you to know, my dear brothers and sisters, that everything that has happened to me here has helped to spread the Good News.”
Paul became a prisoner in Rome, chained to a guard 24 hours a day for two years, and the guard was changed every four hours. Over two years, it is said that he witnessed to 4,380 guards. That’s God working to have a captive audience. Paul was continually having a view from God’s perspective.
Pray for Vietnamese believers to abide in God and look for how He is working in their lives and encouraging them.