Friday, February 5, 2021

He's Got It All In Control

We have posted us singing this song as part of revival services many times, but this one holds a special place in our hearts. Pastor Don Goodwin asked us to sing in the Sunday morning service on January 24 at Beech Creek Assembly and the Lord manifested Himself in the service. Hopefully, it was a special moment to the church, but I know that it was a special moment for our family.

God was speaking right into our souls and we had no idea how much we would need this assurance in our current place in life. This is a live performance, warts and all, and it is a little lengthy, but I hope you will give it a chance. I believe you will be able to sense God encouraging us in a great and might way.

We had five nights of online revival the week after this, but by the following Sunday morning, Odie and I were sick. This was our last public worship service before we got sick and we were incredibly and I would say providentially prepared for what was to come.

It is plain to see that many, many people are carrying and facing far tougher things than we are right now, but this is our current trouble. The fact that others have it worse provokes compassion in us, but it does not lessen the weight on our hearts in our own difficulty. There is something that does lessen that weight though. It is this fact, He's Got It All In Control.

The way God spoke to us in this service while we were ministering to others is an incredible testament to God's tender watch care and preplanning for us! Halleluah!

We are posting this with the permission of Pastor Don Goodwin and we appreciate them allowing us to do so. Here is the link to a page where you will find this service and many others in their entirety.

Davy, Kelly and Odie Boggs
Boggs Family Ministries, INC 501c3

He's Got It All In Control
Written by Archie Paul Jordon
Universal Music Publishing Group

I do not own this song.
The singing was NOT part of a paid performance. The songs were used in a church service as most Gospel songs were intended to be used. This is normal church use.

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