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Dear Anette, I'll be praying for you. I know it's tough and I have been there, but beleive me, God will never leave you nor forsake you, he has a purpose here, a good one. He wants to build in us Christ's character and it is thru suffering that this happens, so count yourself blessed for He eyes are over you, He will lift you up, He will comfort you, He will Heal you, give Him all your heart and surrender to Him all that you are, do not hang on to anything else but Him. Take heart Anette for this very minute He is thinking about you. Talk to Him and ask him what is He trying to tell you, teach you with this? He will. Have faith for Faith's way of walking is to cast all care upon the Lord, and then to anticipate good results from the worst calamities. Please read Rom 8:28/John 16:33/1 Peter 4:12-14/1 Peter 5:6-11 Anette stand firm and wait on the salvation of the Lord!! I'm begging you in the name of Christ. Please read this devotional, from CH Spurgeon, it has helped me a lot. He is not afraid of bad news. -- Psalm 112:7 Christian, you ought not to be afraid of the arrival of bad news; because if you are distressed by such, you are no different from other men. They do not have your God to run to; they have never proved His faithfulness as you have done, and it is no wonder if they are bowed down with alarm and cowed with fear. But you profess to be of another spirit; you have been born again to a living hope, and your heart lives in heaven and not on earthly things. If you are seen to be distracted as other men, what is the value of that grace that you profess to have received? Where is the dignity of that new nature that you claim to possess? Again, if you should be filled with alarm like others, you would no doubt be led into the sins so common to them under trying circumstances. The ungodly, when they are overtaken by bad news, rebel against God; they murmur and maintain that God has dealt harshly with them. Will you fall into that same sin? Will you provoke the Lord as they do? Moreover, unconverted men often run to wrong means in order to escape from difficulties, and you will be sure to do the same if your mind yields to the present pressure. Trust in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him. Your wisest course is to do what Moses did at the Red Sea: "Stand firm, and see the salvation of the LORD."1 For if you give way to fear when you hear bad news, you will be unable to meet the trouble with that calm composure that prepares for duty and sustains in adversity. How can you glorify God if you play the coward? Saints have often sung God's high praises in the fires, but when you act as if there were no one to help, will your doubting and despondency magnify the Most High? Then take courage and, relying in sure confidence upon the faithfulness of your covenant God, "Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid."2 1Exodus 14:13 2John 14:27
Toggle Commented Mar 29, 2010 on Let's pray for each other... at (In)Courage
Barb, I will be praying for your marriage as well as for family's financial situation, may the Lord open doors of opportunity for your husband and provide for all your needs. He is faithful, and he knows your needs, I will also pray that he fills both your heart and your husband's with His peace and love and that this situation may draw both of you closer to one another and help build a more intimate relationship with Christ and brings spiritual growth to both of you and your kids so that you become a living testimony to those around you, that God is good, and that He is all we need even in the midst of afflictions. Glory to Him forevermore. Please pray for my financial situation and for a new job opportunity for me so I can provide at home and pay my bills. Thank you, God bless you all.
Toggle Commented Mar 29, 2010 on Let's pray for each other... at (In)Courage
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Mar 28, 2010