How shall we respond to the fact that God is able to and does in fact move in the minds and hearts of people to accomplish His will? Let’s think about this for a moment:1. We must trust God in all situations – Our careers and destinies are in His hands, no one can harm us or jeopardize our future apart from the sovereign will of God, this is not a fatalism, where we resign ourselves into God’s hands, but an active trust that our future is in good hands as we trust God with it.2. We should look to God in prayer in all situations when some aspect of our future lies in the hands of other individuals. We do not know how God will answer our prayers, or if He will move in the heart of other individuals, but it is enough to know that our destiny is in His hands, not those of other people. 3. Confidence in the sovereignty of God in the lives of people should keep us from becoming resentful and bitter when we are treated unjustly or maliciously by others. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 says, “In everything give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you.” Bitterness and resentment usually stem not so much from the other person’s actions as from the effects of those actions on our lives. While God sometimes allows people to treat us unjustly, He never allows people to make decisions about us that undermines His plans for us. We struggle because OUR plans have been dashed, or our pride has been wounded. As we live and navigate through the events of our lives, we need to keep a Biblical perspective through the circumstances of our lives. We need to continue to trust the Lord as He uses the events of life to conform us into the image of His Son.