Help Me, Jesus!

help meYou can be so wrapped up in the BUSYNESS of life that you see nothing good; just possible disaster.  Did you realize that being that busy is satan’s way of getting your focus off of God and onto yourself?  This is no way to live your life.  It will wear you out physically, emotionally, and even spiritually.  When your life is topsy-turvey, do you ever stop and think, “I wonder who could help me?”  The answer is Jesus.  Did you realize all you have to do is say, “Help me Jesus,” and He will be there for you?  What an amazing comfort in everything and I mean everything, that you put your hand and mind to.

When these feelings come, you need to be praying for His guidance and expect His peace.  If you have never experienced the peace of God, try it! You will like it.  Right now, my world is up in the air and so many things are on my plate that my head hurts just to think about it.  At the end of the day it seems like I don’t get anything done.  I am constantly being pulled in multiple directions.  Do I always think of God first to help?  Not always, and my head hurts even more.  I know He is there without a doubt.  As usual, I let satan in and he creates the next trap to make my life go crazy once again.  Look at what God has to say,  “Now may the Lord of Peace Himself give you peace at all times and in every way.  The Lord be with you.”  I can tell you from experience that when I accept Jesus’ peace it is like a breath of fresh air.  What a beautiful experience! No need to worry anymore.  My response is, “Thank you, Jesus, for once again being my rescuer.”  Remember that you can call out to Jesus every moment of every day if you need Him.  He is never too busy for you.

My prayer for you is, “Father, God, give peace to the reader and help them to look to you in times of feeling out of control with the busyness of life.”  Let the reader be willing to cry out, “Jesus, help me that I might know you are there.”  Amen

2 Thessalonians 3:36 (NIV)

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