At Calvary, three miracles took place that had to do with the penetration of the natural realm by the supernatural: the globe-encompassing darkness, the tearing in two of the temple veil, and the great earthquake that shook Jerusalem.
All of us have faced a pivotal moment that required us to choose between God's way and our own. Within the context of an intimate relationship with the Father and a restful commitment to His will, we are able to do the right thing when everything around us is going wrong. As we walk in obedience, even in the midst of struggle, an unimaginable outbreak of God's redemptive work occurs in us and through us.
Famine has to do with the removal of potential, the drying up of provision, and every problem that brings discouragement. The story of Isaac calls us to not to let the Adversary suffocate us with circumstances.
The Ten Commandments are as misunderstood and misapplied as any portion of the Bible. While we are not saved on their basis, the Ten Commandments are not optional for believers in Jesus Christ, nor do they become become irrelevant when we get saved. They are the pathway of knowing life to its fullest and living life to its limits.
The Bible does not say that all things work together in and of themselves. The Bible says that all things work together for good in a context where people who see the invisible recognize that there is a warfare and a struggle going on that is much larger than this present era.