Thursday, January 10, 2008

A meditation in times of distress

An original just for you and for those who are going
through the same.

Psalm 25:17
The troubles of my heart are multiplied; bring me out
of my distresses.

Time and moments of trouble seem to add despair of not
knowing what the future holds and we having a
relationship with God seem to allow distressing things
to be more the center than HE is. We feel the anguish
and the nil anxieties and tend to allow them to be
more than they really are. We sometimes put our
distresses before God which we should never ever do
knowing that He has always come through for us
millions of times before and has never let us down or
ever will. We know we have a BIG GOD who is sovereign
over every little detail that surrounds us and that HE
has future grace already in store for us. But
sometimes we lack in our faith allowing unbelief to
once again have a place next to the throne of God in
our hearts.

We must make sure to always remember to be in
constant focus and prayer to HIM without ceasing and
making sure that what we pray for we are confident
that it will come to pass no matter what. We must as
well always know that time does not matter to God and
HE sits always outside of time. So our troubles should
not ever be that distressing because HE always knows
the perfect time to act in our lives and that is the
perfect moment of LOVE which is always and forever.

Romans 5:3
Moreover [let us also be full of joy now!] let us
exult and triumph in our troubles and rejoice in our
sufferings, knowing that pressure and affliction and
hardship produce patient and unswerving endurance.

Thy will not mine OH LORD
Richard White
( Copywrite) (Jan 10 2008)