Where Do You Turn In Times of Trouble?

When you are faced with troubles of monumental proportions or even tiny ones for that fact, whom do you seek for help? If you are like most, your immediate thought is to ask a friend or family member for advice. Although their advice may be comforting, it still can be filled with inadequate information or wrong directions. It feels good but is it the right choice?

There is one best source for answers and guidance to all our troubles. Jesus Christ. When you need the absolute best answer to your situation turn to the one true God who created you, loves you and is always there for you. He never leaves you out in the cold. Jesus personally extends an invitation to you to let Him help you. In Joshua 1:5, God says, No one will be able to stand against you all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you.”

In Matthew 11:28 He says, Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” What Jesus is saying here is that no matter what your problems are come to Him and He will help you. His help is so perfect that you will find complete peace and rest in His answer.

The key then to receiving Jesus’ help is to ask for it and then prayerfully wait for His answer. Waiting for His answer can be hard at times, especially if you need an answer right now. But, if you are walking in step with Him through a daily personal relationship, you will get your perfect answer at just the right time.

God is never late. He is always on time. When you are having troubles ask Him for His help and then, “Wait For It!” He won’t let you down. I promise.

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