Isaiah 66:13-14

As one whom his mother comforteth, so will I comfort you; and ye shall be comforted in Jerusalem. And when ye see this, your heart shall rejoice, and your bones shall flourish like an herb: and the hand of the Lord shall be known toward his servants, and his indignation toward his enemies.

God is sovereign; his ways of doing things are so very different than our own simply because He knows the end from the beginning. We can question why some things happen in certain ways, but ultimately His Will shall be made known. Regardless of our questions or complaints, the ultimate purpose of God will always prevail in His Bride. The tender hand of Jehovah is always upon your life. His eye is always upon you. You must never forget this truth.

In the 1958 movie “The Heart Is A Rebel” about a family that comes to the Lord through the Billy Graham crusades in New York, the housekeeper says to one of the main characters, “If the Lord treated us like we treated Him there would be mighty few Christians around.” The Lord doesn’t treat us like we treat Him. He guides us, molds us, and shapes us in ways we do not understand, but all for the good to those who love Him and are called in His purpose. (Romans 8:28). 

We question and worry about circumstances, but He answers in His time and stills our anxiety. We push and prod our paths, but He directs our footsteps and leads us not into temptation. We outrage against trials and tribulations and He sends us trials and tribulations to show us our faith in Him is strong only by His grace. 

Don’t question the tender hand of Jehovah in your life. As dim and dark as your circumstances may be or as hectic and confused as your situations may be, know the hand of the Lord is upon them that trust in Him.

Treat His hand upon your life as He desires it to be treated. Trust and obey Him. Lean not to your own understanding. Rest in the Lord and wait patiently for him.

When you see this, let your heart rejoice, for the hand of the Lord is upon His saints. 

63-0630M - “The Third Exodus”
As it was in Germany, and—and up into Russia, and Italy, the people raised up Josephes, Hitler and Stalin, Mussolini, who hated the Jew. They had to go back to their homeland. God, You got ways of doing things, that we don't understand. And You pressed them. No home in Germany; everything taken away from them. Also, in Italy, Russia, no place to go. And they were sent back to their homeland, just to fulfill the Word.
46  Oh, the loving hand of God! How, sometimes, it looks cruel, the way that people suffer, but it, still, it's the tender hand of Jehovah, leading His little children. We thank You, Lord.

Read the Bible in 1 year:

Leviticus 8-10