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TITLE: HELP!
By Jeffrey Gante
05/03/06
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“Help! ...Help! Anyone! ...Please help me! I’m down here,” cried the stranded climber after his rope ripped, landing him on the ledge below with a broken ankle. Does anyone hear him? Can anyone help him? Well, even if no one else is
around, God can help him.

“Our help is in the name of the LORD, who made heaven and earth.” -Psalms 124:8, kjv

If we have made friends with our maker, He is always with us to help us when we are in trouble (Ps. 46:1). Even if it seems like no one else is there to help us, God will send someone to our aid if need be, and He will be “with them that uphold my soul” (Ps. 54:4).

The Bible teaches us that God is a help to the “poor and needy” (Ps. 40:17) and to
those who may otherwise fear people for various reasons (Heb. 13:6). What is your need? What is my need? We all must remember that God is with His people to help us at all times with all things. I can be stubborn and try to do things my way - without God’s help. How ‘bout you?

We all need to humble ourselves before God and admit when we need His help. “Help! ...God help me!”, cried the mom when her heart ripped after her 13 year old daughter mouthed off at her once again. “Help! ...God help me!”, cried the hard-working man after his job was cut from him by a budget-slicing company president.

“Let us therefore come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find
grace to help in time of need.” -Heb. 4:16, kjv

-Jeffrey Gante
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