So, do not fear, for I am with you: do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand” (Isaiah 41:10).
Throughout the Bible, God speaks with such tenderness. Continually throughout His written Word, He reminds us with His promises that we are never alone. That we were never intended to be alone nor were we created to handle life circumstances on our own.
Reassuringly He reminds us that we are not to become fearful or worrisome. For He is an all loving Heavenly Father who desires only the absolute best for His children and that if we call upon Him, He promises to hear our voice. He promises that He will uphold us when the burdens of life begin to wear us down. That He will wipe away our tears and He, with His love and our obedience to Him, strengthen us for the challenges we encounter.
That His Word shall remain faithful and He shall forever remain at our side. He promises to uphold you and protect you; to be there every second of every moment of every day.
But you need to call upon Him first. You must seek the presence of God and call upon His name. I can assure you that He is just waiting there with great anticipation for you to say, “Come Lord, help me, here I am”. He is waiting for an invitation from you to become part of your life. Where He can step into having a relationship with you. Where you will come to know Him as Lord, as Father in whom you trust above all others -in all situations and circumstances.
He wants to have a relationship with you right now! Just as you are! He doesn’t have any pre-requisites. You don’t have to be perfect and have it all together. If we come to Him as a broken vessel, knowing that we cannot do life on our own, then together with Him-He can create a new you. A beautiful vessel in Christ Jesus. We are all His children who have gone astray like the lambs in the field. Call out to Him, so He can call out to you. In His Word it says that “the sheep know the voice of their master… do you know the loving voice of Christ? He is calling to you, wanting and promising to care for you.