I Need Help
Sunday, January 17
Ephesians 6; John 14:26; Philippians 1:19-20; Romans 8:9; John 16:13-14
Are you facing a fight in your life of some kind today? Too often we think it’s our job to fight the enemy. Ephesians 6 makes it clear that our role is not to fight the battle-because the war has already been won. Our job is simply to “stand” and not fall. Whatever battle you are facing today, the Holy Spirit is your “Helper” and intercedes on your behalf and will lead you through any difficult time.
How Does the Holy Spirit Help You?
Ask the Holy Spirit to lead you and guide you through every facet of your life. Ask the Holy Spirit to speak to you and teach you and He will. Allow the Holy Spirit to reveal in you anything that needs correction or direction. God sent His son Jesus to the world to save us and to provide a way of salvation. When Jesus ascended to heaven He sent the Holy Spirit to us to be with us in all things and in all seasons. Begin to acknowledge and be led by the Holy Spirit. You can trust the Lord with your families and your future and everything in between but it all starts by acknowledging the Holy Spirit is with you and daily giving Him permission to help you.
What do you do when it seems like God isn’t hearing your prayers or helping with your problems? You trust Him. You stand. You trust in the deliverance of your God. You allow the Holy Spirit to be your helper. You acknowledge that even if it goes from bad to worse, you will still be OK because of the supply of the Spirit. Sometimes, the greatest testament to the power of God is found in the middle of the fire. Trust Him. Stand and do not fall because the battle belongs to the Lord. God is with you. He is always WITH you and can be trusted with every problem you will ever face.
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