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YD Staff, how do you know God is working in your life?

Will Evert: One of my greatest blessings is the desire God gives me to follow Him. What an encouraging indication that God is working in my life!

Janet Evert: I know God is working in my life because He has promised to do so. Whether I have stresses, successes, or struggles, I know He is using each situation for my eternal good. I know from experience that He has answers to every difficulty—when I trust Him to work in me to will and to do of His good pleasure.

Kezzia Keener: When I look back and trace the journey of my life from who I used to be to who I am now, then I know that God is the reason. It always amazes me that God is willing to work in my life, but I am so thankful that He is. I’m looking forward to seeing what else He has in store for me.

Tony Evert: He makes my burdens light, duties a delight, and even sacrifices more of a pleasure. Along the way, I see His beams of light brightening my path.

Ted Evert: I know God is at work in my life by the conviction that comes when I have done wrong, the trials that burn away the dross, and the peace that could come from no other source.

Heidi Reinecke: Faith tells me to reach out into the unseen and grasp the hand of God, because it is better than the visible and safer than the known. There are days when I can’t see physical evidence of His working—days when I fall on my knees and cry out to Him for proof. But the proof is in His Word; and that Word has promised that if I am willing, He is working!

Jessica Pendleton: I know God is working in my life when I feel pain. I have learned that pain is one of God’s gentle ways of drawing me to Him and letting me know that He loves me, that He has a plan for me, and that He is even now working on my heart and calling me higher, closer to Him. Just think: Without a hurting heart, I might never know the depths of God’s love and care for me!

Rafael Kopke: When I find myself asking for God’s help even for the simplest tasks of life, surely that is His hand working in my life. 

Cheyenne Reiswig: It seems that every passing week, during my times with Jesus, I see more things that I need Him to change in my mind and my behavior. It’s humbling and often painful, but it’s needful and it does show me He’s at work—because it reminds me to go to Him for help!

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