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  • God Help Me!

    3 posts, 4 voices, 870 views, started Apr 2, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, April 2, 2009 by Ms-kay




    • Carnelian
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      God Help Me – Getting Rid of Fear and Anger  

      Each one of us has a particular level at which our emotions overflow and we cry out, "God help me!" We may have just received disappointing results to a medical test or some devastating news from a family member. Our emotions are a mess! We don't know if we're angry, panicked, scared, fearful of the future. . .we do know that we can't continue on our own strength.  

      Sometimes these emotions are too much for us to handle and they spill onto others. When first diagnosed with cancer, I was fearful of going blind. I vented anger at my caretakers. Did you ever notice that fear and anger are siblings? Harsh words are exchanged between individuals, fearing betrayal in their relationships. Fear concerning a medical test generates anger when cancer is confirmed. It doesn't even matter if the anger/fear is clearly justified . . . it still continues to ferment.  

      Destructive fear (worry, panic, suspicion) is generated from anticipation of the unknown. We all like to be in control of our circumstances. (And doesn't it just make you angrier when you can't be in control?) But when I compared my minimal human capabilities to that of an all-knowing, all-powerful, all-present God, I surrendered my control. Suddenly my fears (and anger) diminished (Psalm 131:1-2).  

      God Help Me – Finding a Life That's Worth Living  

      When you cry out, "God help me," do you believe that there is a more fulfilling life ahead? A relationship with a dedicated and loving Heavenly Father changes your worldview from a temporary to an eternal perspective (2 Corinthians 4:17-18). The relationship that you develop through knowing God's Son, Jesus Christ, as your Lord and Savior renews you mentally and physically.  

      You can't change the world around you until you change your world. We can choose to live in disobedience to God's plans—living in sin (Romans 3:23). Or we can ask for forgiveness and thank Jesus Christ for sacrificing His life as payment for our sins.  

      "This includes you who were once so far away from God. You were his enemies, separated from him by your evil thoughts and actions, yet now he has brought you back as his friends. He has done this through his death on the cross in his own human body. As a result, he has brought you into the very presence of God, and you are holy and blameless as you stand before him without a single fault” (Colossians 1:21–22).  

      By accepting Jesus as Lord of our lives we are born again -members of God's family - with the guarantee of eternal life in heaven. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him will not perish but have eternal life" (John 3:16).  

      God Help Me – Making the Right Choice  

      God is eager to help you (Romans 5:6-11). He loves you so much and doesn't want you to go through this trial alone.  

      All you need to do is believe. Pray a simple, sincere prayer: "Heavenly Father, I believe Your Son Jesus Christ died on the cross for my sin and was raised from the dead. I confess and ask forgiveness for my sins. Thank You for forgiving me and loving me. Help me to live a new life that pleases You, as a new creation in Christ Jesus. Sustain me through this circumstance. It is bigger than me and I can't do it without You. In Jesus' name, amen."  

      If you decided to become a child of God today, welcome to His family. He will never leave you. Hebrews 13:5: "For God has said, 'I will never fail you. I will never forsake you.'"





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          (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Apr 2, 2009
        • My best prayer is “Our Father” ... I usually pause a little bit when I recite to  

          “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us”  

          I usually feel the relief of anger, hurt and any kind of harmful feeling via my body gesture at that moment.



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