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Solve People’s Problems, but Let Them Find the Answer

I could easily title this devotional part 2 from yesterdays writing.

If I have faith in the Lord’s plan for my life, then I see everything through His eyes. What trouble could come my way that it would not be part of where He is taking me on our journey together and not be for my ultimate good?

A person of faith has to be the devils biggest enemies. Honestly, if I trust in the Lord, whom shall I fear? Psalm 27:1 The LORD is my light and my salvation– whom shall I fear? The LORD is the stronghold of my life– of whom shall I be afraid?

Ruminate on that statement today as you work and play. Allow your mind to go to a place of complete trust and faith in our Lord. Yep, you still got to bring your lunch, but once you get your mind around the truth of who He is in your life, it will set you free. Blessings

Solve People’s Problems, but Let Them Find the Answer
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by Charis Hillman Brown

“I am the way, the truth and the life, no one can come to the Father except through Me.” Jesus, John 14:6

When I was a little younger, I needed help with something. At the time, there was only one person who could help me – my dad. My mom thought at the time that since he had the means, he should be the one to solve my problem. It had been extremely hard for me to ask for help, so when I did, I had expected for him to say yes. Instead, I got a different response: He said, “no.”

I was taken aback by his response. At my time of most dire need, how could my father, who obviously had the means, not be willing to help his only child? I was hurt, let down, isolated and felt so abandoned. I queried, “How could there be no one to help me? God, why is my life this way? Am I not worthy of someone’s help, in my time of greatest need?” I cried and cried, and felt pretty pitiful.

But then, I realized I could not place my trust in a man, even if the man was my father. I had to place it in God. And He turned up in a greater way then I could have ever thought possible. He had solved my problem, in a much bigger way.

Later, dad and I were having dinner, and the topic emerged in conversation. He said, “I knew you would be hurt, but I also knew that if I solved your problem, you wouldn’t have found the answer, and grown as a result.

That was huge. Much of the time, we expect others to solve our problems. Often, we are let down as a result. But if we realize that the source of all things is our Father in heaven, we can rest assured that our future rests in his hands, and when we place our trust in him and are obedient to His will, he is not going to let us fall.

Who or what is your source? Is it in a lifestyle, a boy or girl, a substance, or a mentality? Ask God to show you what is needed to resolve your problems. He has all the answers we will ever need.

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