“Remember once again that this problem that concerns you so much, I will solve it. That paralyzing fear has no reason to be. What you think will happen will not. Rather you will see for yourself the benevolence of creation.” Choose Only Love bk.3, 4:III
Jesus is here referring to something specific, I think, in Sebastian’s (the receiver) life. His “paralyzing fear” was without reason. But now, in our world, we can take solace in these words as well as imagine that Sebastian did. “What you think will happen will not.” So often we get ourselves tangled up in knots with anticipation of the worst.
It is true that sometimes the worst does happen. Yet God gives us the grace to survive it. He gives us the grace to be sustained through the worst of it.
God will always do this. We can count on him. We can know that He means what He says. Creation is benevolent, though in our turmoil we cannot always see this.