Our title is found in Mark 7:37 following the miracle of healing performed by Jesus upon a man who was deaf and had a speech impediment. As those who have been touched by Jesus Christ, we too can declare, “He has done all things well.”
As we begin our study of Philippians together, we will be reminded that Jesus will faithfully perform the good work He has begun in us until He takes us home. We will be reminded that God works in us “both to will and do of His good pleasure.”
However, it is not always apparent to us that Jesus does all things well, especially when we are encountering affliction or adversity. Nevertheless, “we walk by faith, not by sight.” A good example of these truths is found in Matthew 14:22-34, detailing what happened when Jesus told His disciples to cross over to the other side of the Sea of Galilee. Despite the storm they encountered, they made it safely to the other side.
For those of you who are in one of life’s storms, rest assured that Jesus still does all things well. He is Lord over every storm. He’s the Master over all circumstances, good and bad.
So, saints, fix your eyes on Jesus, and hide His word in your heart. He still does all things well.