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Give it to Him

Have you given it to God? Have you given it to the Lord? Yes, you know that thing I'm talking about -- that thing I'm referring to. It's that thing that keeps coming back and it's what makes you lose sleep at night. Have you given that thing to God? Have you asked Him to take it in order that you have peace? It's worth asking. It's worth taking it to Him. It's worth it, because nothing else has worked, has it? So, what I know is this: in order to have peace and joy, we have to realize that we cannot possibly do everything in our own strength. And we can't do it without people either. None of those things are enough in every situation. And in this case they aren't, because no matter where you turn, the problem persists and it doesn't go away. But now God is saying give it Him. To come to Him and confess that you -- we -- don't know what else to do. We don't know why certain doors were closed and why certain things failed. All we know is that we don't have peace and we need help. We need God to intervene and we need it yesterday. 

So, I'm come to tell you to give it to Him -- give it to God. He will take over and when that happens, supernatural things will begin to happen. Things that you couldn't figure out will come easy to you. Things that failed will become successes. And the people who were hard to get along with will all of a sudden have a change of heart and great relationships will become of it. 

Although nothing will ever be perfect, when we give it to Him -- to God, at least we will have peace, joy, and strategies to make things better. 
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