But God- His Mighty... Yet Tender Hand

But God Image_Color_CrossGreetings,

One more installment on faith.

This week I was blessed to witness faith in action in an all too unusual manner. By that, I mean to say it doesn't happen as often as it should amongst believers. What happened was this- there had been a betrayal felt by one believer from a dear friend in the faith. The one who felt betrayed humbled himself and asked forgiveness for his responses. Long story short, forgiveness went both ways and fellowship was restored.

One needed ingredient for walking in faith is humility. Hopefully it is a humility that comes from recognizing Abba's call on your life and also His opinion of you and His attitude toward you. It is remembering He is Father and you, His favorite child. Knowing His attitude toward me doesn't change with my behavior, frees me to humble myself under His mighty, yet tender Hand.





If you want to know what someone really thinks, just listen to what they say after the word ‘but’ …so it is here with…”but God!”“

Note: “but God” is a weekly ministry of Robinson Outdoors Products written for us by pastor and spiritual counselor, Thomas Paige. “But God” is posted each week on the ScentBlocker website and can be found there along with the archives of messages of past years and months from Thomas. “But God” is also posted each week on ScentBlocker Facebook page and on Twitter.

You may ask, “why would Robinson, an outdoor products company with brands ScentBlocker and Tree Spider, making products for hunters, spend its time on something like “but God”?” Great question, as we here at Robinson consider our work place our mission field, our products bearing the John 3:16 inscription our outreach. In every new ScentBlocker jacket there is a laminated waterproof pocket insert that contains the salvation message printed in two languages. And, we ask the Lord to provide more opportunities for us to be a light unto a dark world.

What responses do we receive from our customers? Each week thousands and thousands of people read the “but God” message online. We receive dozens and dozens of appreciative emails, rejoicing that a company has the courage to stand up for what it believes despite perhaps it not being the most popular thing to do these days. God has blessed our lives and our business!

I hope you will enjoy this weeks’ “…but God” as Thomas continues the series, unto the Lord!

1 Comment;

  • Brett Griffith
    Brett Griffith - January 24, 2016 at 3:27 pm

    God bless you and your company for standing up for Christ. May your company and families be richly blessed. I am a loyal fan of your products. God bless, Brett Griffith

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