Wednesday, October 22, 2014

"Take His Help"

"So that we may boldly say, The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me."  Hebrews 13:6

It seems like several of the recent devotionals have pertained to the subject of the Lord being our Helper and wanting to give us His help in all areas of our lives.  As I noticed this, I felt impressed that it is because there are some of you who are in a situation where you desperately need His help, but you will not ask Him for it.  Why?

Why won't you let Him help you?  Why do you keep insisting on doing it yourself-- or trying to do it yourself?  You can't!  He is there waiting for you to let Him help you.  You keep praying for an answer but keep ignoring the one He sends you.  The problem is not too small for the Lord.  It is not too big for Him either.  You don't have the wisdom, the foresight or the full comprehension of the situation to be able to "come to your own aide". 

I am giving you what the Lord has given me to tell you.  Stop kicking against the pricks, like Saul, and let Him show you the truth.  Stop thinking it is such a small thing to bother the Lord with.  They thought that about the city of Ai and got whipped.  Stop looking at the size of the situation and thinking that this "giant" is too larger, even for God.  Stop looking at the mountain and start looking to the Lord. 

All the time you have spent worrying, fearing, being anxious and frustrated over the situation has done you no good.  It would have been better spent seeking the Lord and asking for His help.  He is your answer.  He is there.  He is waiting on you.  He is your helper in everything.  He wants to help you.

Have a great day.  Stop refusing the Lord's help by trying to do it on your own.  He is your Helper. 

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