Response in Facing Problems

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Reading verse: Exodus 14: 1 – 31

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

Philippians 4: 13 (NKJV)

It is a fact that every human being has problems. By principle, we are apt for problems. However, the most important thing is not the problem itself but our response in facing the problem. We should respond positively. In fact, a problem is not measured for us if we know how to react to it. Therefore, we should possess in us the right attitude that is we cannot focus on the size of the problem, for it may even worsen our conditions.

The right thing for us to do is to focus more on Jesus for He is able to give us the help we need. Hence, no matter the problem that we are facing, we should keep our focus on Jesus and our faith will be strengthened.

Next, never give up easily or be pessimistic in facing problems. With God, there will always be a way out and there are no dead ends. God will also give us strength and we can do all things through Him (Philippians 4: 13). Also, we must be able to surrender all things unto His holy hands and not depend on our human strength for there is a limit to our human strength, and there are no limits to God’s strength. The moment we surrender to God, He will stretch down His hands to help us. By surrendering everything unto Him, we are showing how much we trust Him. The moment we surrender to Him, we will feel everlasting peace.

The next thing is to possess faith to God, we need to trust that there is nothing impossible for God and that He can do all things and He will help us. Without faith, it would be very difficult for us to receive His help. Thus, we should always trust that God is always at work in His miraculous ways. Through all the problems we face in life, never be afraid for we have God with us. Remain firm and strong, never worry and trust that God is able to help us and He is on our side. God will give us victory. Amen.

 Never give up easily or be pessimistic in facing problems.

With God, there is always a way out. Amen. 

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