Reassurance

How reassuring it is that God is always in control even when we don’t know what to do! He knows what to do all the time and He can do it the impossible all the time. We can have the blessed assurance that in our worst times God can help us and He can bless us. If I didn’t have the Lord, I don’t know where I would be. I would be living a life where panic were constant and where confusion were dominant. God reassures us. He does it in His Word. If you need to be comforted today. If you need reassurance, open the Word of God. Our Bibles gather dusts sometimes. We think that memorized scriptures are enough. They help and they can save lives but the Lord has something to say to you and me today. We can hear Him by opening His Word and letting the conversation begin. We should let Him guide us in His Word and show us where we should go. I have found my way through a path of comfort and reassurance many times when I have yielded to the Spirit of God.

How do we yield to the Spirit for reassurance? We have to remember that the Word of God was inspired by His Spirit. The Holy Spirit will never contradict His Word. Now, that doesn’t mean that our understanding of the Word can’t contradict the Spirit of God. Sometimes we believe that we know how to interpret the Word and if anything goes against our interpretation, we say that it goes against God. We need wisdom and revelation from God to understand His Word and we shouldn’t merely rely on our understanding. That is how wars were started and discrimination ruled nations. God knows His Word more than anyone else so we should ask Him to open our spiritual eyes to the truth of His Word so we are not misled. One of the powerful truths of the Word is that God is a comforter and He will always encourage us and reassure us.

I love reading the Psalms. David and the other authors of the Psalms are very good at describing God as our refuge and our fortress. It is so reassuring and it is very uplifting. I often turn to the Psalms for reassurance. I find peace in that book and I sense God’s protection when I read it. God is our shield and He is our tower of protection. This means that He protects us against the attacks of the enemy and He can also protect us from ourselves when are minds are going wild and doubt and fear dominate us. God can knock down fear with a few words. He can remove doubt with a few encouraging words. His Word is filled with encouragement that can ban the lies of the enemy from entering our hearts and from creating havoc. The power of the Word of God is greater than we imagine and it is that power that will give us the reassurance we need to face the day. Dive into the Word every day and you will have spiritual immunization to face the darts of the enemy and to stay strong spiritually and emotionally. 

I find a lot of comfort and reassurance when I pray because the Holy Spirit reminds me of God’s goodness. I get quiet during prayer time so I can hear the love of God speak and so His peace can lift up my spirits. If the Lord were to sit down with you today, He will shower you with His love through His words. He will reassure you and tell you that you have nothing to worry about and nothing to fear. He would describe what He is doing in your life that you can’t see. He would talk about the angels that He has placed around you. He would encourage you to stand the course and trust that He can do all things. He would tell you that the best is yet to come and the present is where He wants you to be now. He would talk about how His love will always make a way for us and how He is holding you in the palm of His hand. He would sing over you and declare victory over your life because He died for your life. God is still in control and His reassurance is still available today. Open your Bible. Pray to God. Trust His protective hands and enjoy your life with Him. You have nothing to worry about! May God bless you and protect you and remember that He will always love you!
Suggested reading: Psalm 46:1; Psalm 62:8; Hebrews 4:16

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