Why are there so many problems in my life?


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Doktor D W Supporter
There are "so much problems" in every life. How we meet those problems is the key to victory. The Bible teaches, "Lean not to your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him." We hear that expressed differently, as in "Let go and let God!" meaning quit trying to solve your problems yourself. 

1. Review what Jesus offers you in John 14:6, John 3:16-17, John 3:3, John 5:24, Ephesians 2:8-9. Read those right now! 

2. Now read Romans 10:8-13. Humbly and sincerely confess that you receive Jesus as your Savior, including His offer of eternal life. 

3. Open your Bible to Genesis 1:1. Now John 1:1-10. Then Hebrews 1:1-4. Now 1 John 1:1-4 and 1 John 1:9.

Realize that those of us who are saved by the grace of God (not by anything we do) are considered to be the Righteousness of God in Him. Realize that no one walking in the Righteousness of God will EVER again be outside of His Love and Amazing Grace. 

Those of us walking in His Grace have the Holy Spirit as our constant companion. The Holy Spirit can overcome any challenge that comes our way. If you experience a time when you are drifting into that old idea of "so many problems," remember that you are looking at the problems instead of looking to our Savior. 

Jesus, our Savior, has the answer to every problem and situation we encounter in life. Go to Him in prayer, like this: "Father, I know that you are there for me, listening to me. Lord, I've been having lots of problems. They have burdened me, weighted me down, caused me to worry, ruined my sleep, ruined my life. I can't handle them anymore. Jesus, I give every last one of those problems to you. I surrender! I'll stop fighting those battles, destroying my peace! I give them up! Those problems are now yours! You have delivered me from all unrighteousness --- I belong to you, You belong to me. Thank You, Lord, that you have heard my prayer in Jesus' Name, Amen."

Do not ever linger over those "problems" again! You've given them to God. Trust Him to take care of them. Each time an ugly problem tries to steal your joy, STOP! Say out loud, "God, I love you. You are in charge!" 

The key is to start trusting Him 24/7/365. When you falter, go to 1 John 1:9. He promises to forgive. Take your burdens to the Lord and leave them there!

p.s. Get involved in a local Christian church. Avoid those that preach like the TV preachers. Check their statement of faith, what they believe. Avoid tongues, healing services, crazy music. Settle in to a quiet, refreshing fellowship. Contact the Pastor. Ask for someone to drop by your home who will share the gospel, not hype.

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