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God is There

You ever feel like you're always there for some people, but when it's time for them to step up, no one does? You ever feel like the rich celebrity who always has to pay for everything, but no one ever pays for you?
Pray without ceasing.

Sometimes I feel like that celebrity too. But I don't let that get me down because I realize some people have this false sense of who I am. They just see me as that person who can and will make things happen no matter what. But what they need to be reminded of, is that I need them just as much as they need me. I need them to support my endeavors just as much as I support theirs. That support may look different, yet nevertheless we need each other. No one is flawless. We all have our struggles and challenges. That's why certain people need certain people.

Moreover, the Lord is my strength. One of the reasons He made people is for us to love and help each other. This is what gives me solace. This is what I also know: The Lord God will make a way out of no way. And I will continue to praise Him as I say, "I will bless the Lord at all times, His praise shall continually be in my mouth"(Psalm 34:1). I love this verse, because it gives me so much power and it increases my faith even more. So in faith I say, I will not give up on people and people will not give up on me. God will put the right people and resources in place. How do I know? Because God is there and if He did it before, He'll do it again.

He never disappoints.




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