Have you ever had a blessing of the Lord attacked? When life doesn’t make sense, and the blessings we’ve enjoyed have faded or been removed, what we say and do is vital!
Sometimes we prolong our suffering because we fail to give them to Jesus. Even though He personally paved the way to the throne of grace to help us in our time of need. Don’t put it off, “Accept The Help!”
God has given us the tool of thanksgiving to pave the way for our total deliverance.
We have no recourse to change or fix our past, Jesus has no such limitation! For with God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26, NKJV)
When we give endless voice to our problems, we make them larger than the God we serve. So, how do we keep from doing this? By not allowing our words to betray us!
Waiting for answers of prayer from God through the eyes of Zacharias and Elizabeth, the parents of John the Baptist.
When we cultivate a personal relationship with God, the personal pronoun “my” comes naturally. For He is my Savior, my Lord, my Master, my Owner, my King, my Shepherd, my Redeemer, my God and so much more!
When we cultivate a personal relationship with God, the personal pronoun “my” is a natural expression of our love for Him.
Sometimes deliverance doesn’t look like we think it should, but our Lord is a good Father whose goodness shows up for us every time and His ways are perfect. He promises to be our Helper and to never leave or forsake us and that’s especially applies when we are suffering.
God is looking for willing and obedient hearts towards Him.