God is aware of all of our needs and keeps


 an eye on us as His beloved children. Nothing,


 no matter how upside down life goes, can


 blind God's eyes from His children. God never 


sleeps or slumbers. He is keeping a close eye 


on us and will provide for us.

Many of us are hesitant to seek help from others 


when we need it. God, on the other hand, desires


 that we come to Him in our time of need. May 


we  put our confidence in God. God will provide 


us with the grace we need to get through all of it!

 God is our Source for everything 


we need, and God will supply us 


with everything we need.



God is Omniscient (all knowing),


Omnipresent (always present, 


everywhere, all the time), and


 Omnipotent (all powerful). 


Even when we fail and fall, God is always there 


for us, whether in good times or bad. We need 


God in our lives every day, every hour, every


 minute, every second, and with every breath 


we take.

We can choose to be literally terrified of this


 season of our lives, or we can put our trust in


God, our Source of Power, and seek His


 guidance and protection.


"Behold, God is my Helper; the Lord is the 


Upholder of my Life Sustainer."


Psalm 54:4

A relationship with God has 


the power to turn our lives around.

We are living in turbulent times.


Many people have lost their jobs and are


 unable to obtain new ones. Many are 


underemployed and barely getting by. 


The unemployment rate is skyrocketing, 


the global economy is in turmoil, and 


there is widespread undersupply.



Families are losing their houses due to 


inability to make mortgage payments.There 


are catastrophic droughts, floods, storms, 


earthquakes, fires, and tornadoes, and many


 people are disheartened, depressed, and at 


their wits' end.



What can we do when we're up against


 a brick wall?

God is our Shelter, our Refuge 


and our hiding place. 


Psalm 91

When we are facing exceptionally tough times, 


our prayers for help might be so deep and 


profoundly crushing that it is impossible to 


speak, and we do not know what we should 


ask for. But, thank God, the Holy Spirit 


within us understands and intercedes for us


through our wordless cries and groanings


 in our weakness.

God is, Father of mercies, and


 God of all comfort. 


2 Corinthians 1:3

God understands what we require. 


Trust, even bad times will pass... the very worst


 of times will pass. Looking back over our 


shoulders and recounting previous events, we


 can be confident that God, the Source of all


 wisdom, is able to perform miracles, just as


 He has faithfully done in the past.



To renew our faith in God now, in our times 


of misery and despair, we would do well to


 reflect on the amazing and wonderful works 


God has already accomplished in our lives.



God has the power to transform our sadness 


into reassurance and our sorrow into joy. When


 it comes to us, no difficulty is too insignificant


 or overwhelming for God.



Throughout the Bible, we see the word... 


"Ask."

God is saying ask Me, I will provide for you


 in full measure, pressed down, shaken together, 


and running over.


“If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God,

 that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not;

 and it shall be given him.” 

James 1:5

One of the numerous benefits of prayer as God


 intended it is that praying for specific things 


reminds us of our reliance on God. God knows 


what we need to continue living. Nonetheless, 


Jesus instructed us to pray for our daily bread...

“When the righteous cry for help, God hears 


and delivers them out of all their troubles.” 


Psalm 34:1

When we pray, we cannot help


 but acknowledge our dependence


 on God. Without God, we would


be completely lost and destitute.

God forgives all our iniquities; and heals all our

 diseases; God redeems our lives from destruction.


Psalm 103:3

We fail when we try to do 


life on our own.

 Our help comes from God!

We often strive to achieve things in our own


 strength and understanding rather than relying 


on God and accepting God as the Lord over all.



The truth is that we are incapable of meeting 


our own needs adequately. We need God; our 


lives are dependent on God. We are both 


encouraged and compelled to seek God.


God never intended for us to 


function without Him, according


 to His Master plan.


Life is not life at all without God.


Without God, life is meaningless.


God never condemns us for confessing our 


need for Him. Asking for help is an act of 


worship to God. It is honoring to God.


God designed us with a need for help. Asking 


for help does not imply failure, but rather 


acknowledges that God is able.

God desires that we call out to Him and turn to Him. 


God urges us to find our completeness in Him.


The key to happiness is to rely on God!

God desires to guide us in everything, to comfort


 us, to replenish our souls, and to fill us with His


 peace.

God's peace, faithfulness, and unending 

supply will see us through any situation.

I have never seen the righteous forsaken

 

or their children begging bread.


Psalm 37:25 

God protects us. 


God is always present, 


offering refuge in the midst 


of life's storms.



“For God will hide me in His shelter in the day


 of trouble; He will conceal me under the cover of 


His tent; He will lift me high upon a rock.” 


Psalm 27:5

God promises to meet all of our needs,


 challenges, and problems. God allows 


us to cling to His promises for support 


in times of need.


“And call on Him in the day of trouble;


 God will deliver us, and we will honor God.”


Psalm 50:15

The Devil, or Satan, is the ultimate and 

principal antagonist who strives endlessly 

to confuse, perplex souls, and keep people 

in a quandary. 

Satan is currently employing significant

 deceptive tactics to lead people away 

from God so that they can spend eternity

 in Hell with him, which would deeply 

distress God because He's still attempting 

to save them from Satan's corruption.

We are able in God only.

If we try on our own, we fail. 

Today I hope you are inspired 

and you feel a spark in your faith. 

  

 “The LORD is near to all who calls on Him, 


to all who calls on Him in truth. He fulfills the 


desires of those who fear Him; He hears their


 cry and saves them. The LORD watches over 


all who love Him, but all the wicked He


 will destroy.”


Psalm 145:18-20

When there is no more help available


 and things are about as bad as they can get...


may we lift our eyes to the Hills 


and remember where our Help comes from.

God provides according to 


each day's need. 

God is of total order and certainty. 


There is nothing God cannot do.

In times of trouble...


if our eyes are fixed toward the world, we 


will run in a worldly direction seeking help.


Comfort and safety does not 


come through the power of the


 flesh. 

Even in the midst of it all, may 



we trust and find peace in 



God's Divine Way, Will, 



and Timing.

My grace is sufficient for you, for My power


 is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will


 boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, 


so that the power of Christ may rest upon me.” 


2 Corinthians 12:8-9

“And my God will supply every need of ours


 according to His riches in glory, 


in Christ Jesus.” 


Philippians 4:19 

Our help always comes from God!

 

 Your unfailing love, O God is as vast as the Heavens;


Your faithfulness extends beyond the clouds.

 “My grace is sufficient for you, for My power 


is made perfect in weakness.”

We need spiritual protection from the enemy's


 darts, as well as physical safety from danger. 


We may require protection from worry, tension, 


or unbelief.


God promises to protect those who seek refuge


 in Him. We don't need to put our trust in our 


own abilities or strength; we can put our trust 


in God, and He will protect and sustain us. 



When you need God, 


pray. 


The steadfast love of God never ceases;


 His mercies never come 


to an end. 


God's mercies are new every morning; 


great is God's faithfulness.


Lamentations 3:22-23

With God we do not need to rely upon our own


 limited knowledge, for He gives us wisdom and


 directs our steps.


“Whoever trusts in his own mind is a fool, 


but he who walks in wisdom will be delivered.” 


Proverbs 28:26 

When everything seems to be falling apart, 


God who cares about us and will not abandon us, 


forsake us, or leave us. We can rely on God's help.


"Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.” 


Hebrews 13:5

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