Present Help in Trouble – Daily Devotion for March 21st


Present Help in Trouble

Daily Devotional for March 21st

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.  Psalm 46:1

Nothing in this life is ever the same.  It is forever changing.  The same is true of our spiritual lives.  We enjoy the victory on the mountain top one minute while entering a valley the next.  You could be shouting the victory today, but tomorrow could be facing the trial of your life.  Our enemy thrives on defeating us.  However, his attacks continually prove unprofitable when we run to Jesus.

As a child of God, we are never to look at life as we did before.  Those who do not have Jesus as their shepherd cannot know the help He can give simply because they choose to seek help elsewhere.  But if they call out to Him, He would run to them and rescue them in their time of trouble.  Jesus does not forsake His people; neither does He leave them alone in their hardest times.  Jesus is faithful!  He comes when we need Him the most.

David lived for God long enough to learn that God was a refuge; meaning, God was a shelter he could run into to be protected from the onslaught of Satan.  God wants be your shelter. He promised to shield you from the enemy.  God will be your strength.  He promised to cause you to wax valiant in fight when all of your natural strength fails.  Not only did God promise to be your refuge and strength, but to be a present help in trouble.  God will not wait until the battle is over to come to your aid but will come on time!  (Psalm 27:5 & 37:39) 

Don’t ever think that God will not come in your hardest moments.  He will be there for you!  He will come to your call! He will not wait until your need for Him has past.  He will rescue in the moment you need Him!  Are you facing things today and realize you’ll fail without God?  Call to Him!  He specializes in miracles!  He specializes in delivering in the most impossible circumstances.  It’s what God does best!  He takes the devil’s best of tragedies and delivers.  Satan cannot attack you hard enough that God cannot deliver from it.  Jesus is awaiting your call.

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