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PostSubject: February 12, 2010   Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:18 pm

When I Call Upon God


by Hariette
Petersen
on February
11, 2010 Print This Post
Life throws
us into mires of difficulty. Are these times meant to break us? Hurt
us? Or are these times to test our faith and challenge our trust in
God? When we find ourselves in situations without provision, position,
job or savings, it can feel more crushing than challenging. When we
have been doing all we know to serve the Lord and follow Him, we can be
tempted to question our circumstances. Yet, when we have placed our
heart before Him and asked Him to search us, we can be assured that
wherever we find ourselves, the Lord is everpresent. He will not desert
us.“I called upon Your name, O Lord, out of the depths [of the
mire] of the dungeon. You heard my voice: O hide not Your ear at my
prayer for relief. You drew near on the day I called to You: You said,
Fear not.” Lamentations 3:55-56.God’s prophet, Jeremiah, once
found himself lowered into a miry pit, without water or food. [Jeremiah
38:6] Jeremiah had simply been doing what God told him to do. The Lord
didn’t leave Jeremiah there to die. Ebedmelech, an Ethiopian
eunuch, heard what had happened to him and went to the King to intercede
on Jeremiah’s behalf. Just as God provided for Jeremiah’s release from
that dungeon, God will hear our cries for help. He may provide a
friend, or stranger to help us. He may lay it upon a family member to
help us. But we can trust God to hear us and not to abandon
us. Our Lord still tells us, to “fear not”.PRAYER: Lord, You
know our needs today. You know our difficulty, the mire in which we’ve
found ourselves. I know we can trust in You, dear Father, for provision
and protection. Show us again, Your sustaining power. Lift us up and
let all rejoice in You.©️ Hariette Petersen, SelahV Today, 2010
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