It's hard to make a comeback when you haven't been anywhere.
The other day I was listening to a video of the Cathedral Quartet
-- they were great. One of the songs they sang was "Jesus is right
for whatever is wrong in your life." I wish we could all sit back,
take a deep breath, and let that soak in. If we lived by that
principle, perhaps we wouldn't make so many dumb mistakes.
1 Peter 5:7 (nlt) says, "Give all your worries and cares to God, for
He cares about what happens to you.?" Most of us do that when
we are in deep trouble, but as soon as things smooth out, we tend
to forget the source of our support. "How soon we forget."
Others of us get so dependent on God that we don't do enough on
our own to solve our problems. In Matt. 11:29, Jesus tells us to
take his yoke. In a yoke relationship, each partner has to pull
their fair share or the other partner carries most of the load. Jesus
pulls His fair share, so we need to pull ours.
Put this on your bedroom mirror and memorize it -- "Jesus is
right for whatever is wrong in my life."
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