God Is All You Need

Let’s pray and be joyful and grateful for this day. It’s 2/2/22, fun stuff. Winter advisory out, fun stuff. An opportunity if you can’t go to work to spend time with your kids, family or spend time in prayer over our country, over our state and especially this area of our world. Many people will be out today that have to work to clean roads, protect people and make sure that downed lines are back up as quickly as possible. Pray over people that today are suffering from an addiction. On days like today the addiction urges strike pretty hard, so let’s be praying for them. Times like this can be very overwhelming for many people. I’m sure that you’ve felt overwhelmed in the last month or two: Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays bring stress on to people, the New Year’s hopes can produce uneasiness and stress. Life as we know it will bring it’s times of feeling overwhelmed and not knowing what to do. If you are reading with me everyday, we are in Job right now and Job obviously experience the feelings of being overwhelmed with all that was happening in his life. And in the middle of his asking over and over where was God, I would have been better off to have never even been born (you are feeling pretty bad when looking back over all your life, you can’t find anything that you feel was worthy of your birth), but in the midst of this in Job 27:11 he says: “I will teach you about God’s power. I will not conceal anything concerning the Almighty.” Job knew of God great power, a power and presence that is far above us. But he has experienced that power and presence and he is willing to still tell us about it. God is powerful, powerful enough right now to get you through whatever is going on in your life. No matter what the storm clouds of life are bringing you God is right here. Job had a hard time seeing God and he went ahead and just said it, but God’s power and presence was waiting to bestow upon him greater blessings than Job could of ever imagined. God is here, right now, in this storm and in your storms of life. Let’s pray for the strength that will help us get right back out into the fight and the wisdom to continue this journey in life.

Published by advicefromyourunclerobin

Robin is a Pastor, has been for 40 years. He is married to Jayme and together they have 7 children. Candace, Courtney, Cassidy, Caleb, Kally, Collin & Jacob. Robin & Jayme have great and awesome grandchildren. He loves his Webb City Cardinals, the St. Louis Cardinals. He also tries to go golfing and fly fishing whenever he can - but not nearly enough.

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