Today you hear many stories of the things that have gone wrong; things that may not be of importance to others, but in your life, it is of great importance and have long-standing impact on future events of your life. It might also be tempting to gather up a group of sympathizers and have a great big pity party so that others may commiserate with you; allow you to feel a tad better, reassure you, and pat you on the back.
These actions might comfort for a moment, great advice may come from these gatherings and for a minute you get to feel as if you can go on living through whatever it is that has caused your world to be turned upside down.
Then those people are no longer there, they have to deal with their own situations, for as sure as there is a time frame for day, there is another for night, so do each of us has our pending circumstances. Yet the psalmist is saying, he might have been in such a dilemma, but despite it all, he “blessed the Lord”.
I have discovered that when Jesus suggests to us that our better choice would be “casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you” (1 Peter 5:7 KJV); it is no joke. When you literally take to knee city and decide that this is enough and Jesus I have decided to throw this situation on your shoulder, because you decided that it is the most feasible method of getting rid of this monkey on my back: the results are almost instantaneous. I am not saying the situation goes away, but your ability to deal with the pressure, your mind is able to deal with your situation.
God’s kindness to you today beloved is in Him asking you again to trust Him with your circumstances; He is asking you to cast your burden on His shoulder, allow Him to deal with it and you will get a different perspective on what is ailing you.
Won’t you trust Jesus today and get a new song by tomorrow?
Trivia: He told a king NO and it cost him his life; who is this person?