Who Are We Trusting To Solve Our Problems?

May 2, 2017 / Alonge Michael / Uncategorized / 2 Comments »

Who are you trusting to solve your problems, God or yourself? Before you answer, ‘You will keep in perfect peace…all whose thoughts are fixed on you…!’ Isaiah 26:3

For those who are righteous, the way is not steep and rough.  You are a God who does what is right, and you smooth out the path ahead of them’ (Isaiah 26:3, 7 NLT).

What a great promise! If you want to maintain a peaceful state of mind, live by this principle: ‘Do your best, and trust God with the rest.’

Some of us grew up with the notion that it’s wrong to enjoy ourselves when we have problems.

We’ve been conditioned to think that if we can’t do anything else, at least we can worry and be miserable.

Paul addresses this: ‘Do not [for a moment] be frightened…for such [constancy and fearlessness] will be a clear sign…from God’ (Philippians 1:28 AMP).

Satan doesn’t know what to do when he can’t get you upset; you’ve taken a powerful weapon out of his hands.

By trusting God completely, you’re no longer at the mercy of circumstances, other people or your own emotions and limitations.

In times like these, it’s helpful to remember there have always been times like these!’ The question isn’t ‘Will trouble come?’ It’s ‘How will you handle it?’ The Bible says, ‘We who have believed do enter that rest’ (Hebrews 4:3 NKJV). When things go wrong – don’t go wrong along with them. Follow God’s leading, stand on his word, then rest in him and trust him to work on your behalf.


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2 responses to “Who Are We Trusting To Solve Our Problems?”

  1. Omo cele ni mi says:

    Your statement, ‘that is the koko’ when things go wrong – don’t go wrong along with them ..,…….. I love ti so much, loving you soo plenty

  2. Senior Evangelist Anthony Michael Oyagha says:

    PSALM 121:1-2 Says,
    I will lift up my eyes unto the hills, from where cometh my help.
    My help cometh from the Lord which made heaven and the earth.

    Though you may look up to the hills (the rich ,mighty ,handsome and popular in the society )yet they don’t offer any significant help. (Remember also that the real help is not peanuts you get from an uncle ,brother ,relatives or anyone like paying your son or daughter’s one term school fees ,paying your one year house rents,giving you few crispy currency notes to buy food to last you and your children for one week or even a month )
    But your help (the one that moves you from the level of a beggar to a giver, from a borrower to a lender ,from a dependant to a free giver, from the poor in the society to the very rich ,the type of help that silences the mouth of mockers to those to jubilant crowds ,the type of breakthrough that doesn’t require committees to set up )will come from the Almighty God that made heaven and earth including the hills themselves (because they also take their own source from God Almighty ). It is therefore better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in man. It is even better to trust in the Lord than to put confidence in princess.
    Therefore, while it is never sin to look up to uncles, brothers, sisters, friends and even other loved ones, your help can only come from God (not man )and except God touches anyone to help you, personal efforts might be futile.
    May God link you up with your “divine helpers “in Jesus mighty name and may it not tarry but even if it tarries, wait on the Lord. Stay blessed in Jesus name.

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