We all face storms and battles of every kind in this life. We have not reached heaven yet so we must stand in faith and trust that God is here with us through each trial we face. Whether it be a serious illness, a financial struggle, a marriage or relationship heartache, endless addiction struggles or you just feel alone and without a future – the truth is that your problems have no power to destroy you when you are in Christ. You do not have to worry about your impossible situation when you surrender it to the God of limitless possibilities. He has the plan for you even though you can’t see it now. In his perfect timing, you will know he was with you.
This holiday time of year can bring sadness to those who are struggling with pain and loneliness. Many just give up because they have believed the enemy’s lie. They assume that their situation is never going to end or be resolved. They feel hopeless and helpless and with nowhere to turn.
The truth is that Christ is just a prayer away. He has the power to help you get through your pain. And because he has complete authority over all things, he can turn your problems around to be used instead for your good.
Never let the silence of your situation make you think that God doesn’t care. His love for you endures throughout eternity. Keep your focus on him. Surrender your brokenness and your fears to the One who can calm you with just a word and restore you to wholeness. You can’t fall too far from the power of his grace. Let Jesus show you what real love is. You don’t have to look away – he is with you right now!
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