God told Isaiah, the Old Testament prophet,“Put me in remembrance; Let us contend together” (Isaiah 43:26). You should do the same. Take your problem to Christ and tell him, “You said you would help me. Would you?” Remind him of his promises. Populate your prayer with “You said. . .”
“You said you would walk me through the waters” (Isaiah 43:2)
“You said you would lead me through the valley.” (Psalm 23:4)
“You said that you would never leave me or forsake me.” (Hebrews 13:5)
These prayers of faith activate the angels of heaven. Your answer may not come overnight, but it will come. And you will overcome. Prayer is essential in this ongoing warfare. And the path to peace is paved with prayer. Less consternation, more supplication. Fewer anxious thoughts, more prayer-filled thoughts. As you pray, the peace of God will guard your heart and mind. And, in the end, what could be better?
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