GOD UNDERSTANDS OUR PRAYER NEEDS

Today’s guest blogger is Janice Keats.

God Understands Our Prayer Needs

Scripture: Psalm 91

It may be difficult to release all the burdens that weigh heavily upon us. We know where to turn in times of distress and we know we can trust God but sometimes life can be very upsetting and still bring unbearable circumstances.

Perhaps we don’t see God’s hand in the storms of life. It may not be recognized until after we go through the trials and the way becomes clear again. Then we acknowledge His presence, “Now I realize that God was with me all along!”

So then we can say with assurance that amidst life’s trials is a God who cares and understands for each one of us. Do we trust God to help us? Do we wait long enough for the answers to prayer? For relief? Psalm 91:14 says, “Because he loves me, says the Lord, I will rescue him, I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name. He will call upon me and I will answer him.”

We must believe that He is our source of strength, peace, joy and power. When we offer worship and praise to God, He gives us His peace! “I will listen to God the Lord. He has ordered peace for those who worship Him!” (Psalm 85:8)

“I will be with him in trouble, I will deliver him and honor him. With long life I will satisfy him and show him my salvation.” (Psalm 91:15, 16)

Wow! All that and peace too! God satisfies the faithful servants. If we are not satisfied, there may be some wrestling or anguish going on within. We ought to remain firm in our faith…in whom we believe. God is always near to us. Let’s trust God more and more as our burdens grow deeper. Proverbs 30:5 says, “Every word of God is flawless; he is a shield who take refuge in Him.”

In other words, what He says He will do. He will satisfy, He will provide peace, and He will protect us. He does care about our needs, and He is more than able to give us relief from those burdens that weigh us down. We need to lay it at His feet, and leave it there!

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