God Is Faithful: He Fights for You

In caring dearly for us, Father God often brings loving surprises. When we feel weak, He shows up in unexpected ways to reveal His tender love. With His presence He lifts us out of ourselves, drawing us into a heavenly embrace. He reminds us that He is all-powerful yet fully loving.

Through every season of life, God reminds us not to worry or fear. Our heavenly Father sees all, and knows all. He is with us always.

Our Father is faithful through the trials, the waiting, the disappointment and the anxiety. He never fails us even when we struggle to stay hopeful and focused on Jesus in everything.

God is helping us grow in spiritual maturity as we surrender and obey not only in trying times, but even in momentous encounters with His goodness.

He has not made a single promise in vain. Even when it feels like darkness is winning the battle, He remains steadfast. He encourages us to quiet our souls in the pain of waiting and the fight of perseverance. His love is far stronger than anything we could ever face!

When frustrations arise, choose patience and peace. It’s not worth letting stress take over. In every trial and every wait, we simply need to trust Father God. His Word says,

“The Lord will fight for you while you [only need to] keep silent and remain calm.”
(Exodus 14:14 AMP 2015)

In Psalm 46:10, He reminds us to be still and know He is God. He wants us to give up striving and trying to make things happen. He will accomplish all that concerns us (Psalm 138:8).

May you experience God’s love, faithfulness and goodness today. And if you need prayer, feel free to ask!

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