Cry Out For Help
We have been given a mouth and a will for good reasons. One of those is that we use our mouths to call out for help when we need it.
Imagine a child who needs his father’s help, but never asks for it. That child will not receive the help he needs.
Another is that we use our will to desire and go after anyone or anything. If you desire someone strongly enough, you will always seek that person out.
When we know that we need divine intervention in any area of our lives, it’s no use having a God who can do all things, but we will not cry out to Him for help.
To cry out for help means you do something desperate in order to gain attention of those who can save you. That is what we need to do when a situation threatens to take away our peace and joy.
We desperately seek Father for His divine help. We call unto Him day and night without ceasing until we see Him manifest the help we require.
And like a good, good Father that He is, He will never ignore anyone who cries to Him for help. He always answers and sends rescue squad in form of angelic intervention or human aid.
He will not interfere though, if we don’t call Him into our business. We ask Him to receive from Him. We seek Him to find Him. And we knock on His door in order for Him to open His arms wide to embrace us in welcome.
The LORD can only hear a heart crying out to Him and not one silent before Him. He can only be found by those who seek Him and not those who forsake Him.
Open you mouth and call out to Him. Open your heart and seek Him where He may be found. Help is never far away when we do this.
Father, thank You for Your goodness and mercies towards us always. Thank You for promising to hear is whenever we call. Thanks for promising to always be found by us whenever we seek You.
Please teach our hearts to always desire and seek You out in every situation. Teach us to always cry out to You whenever we need Your divine intervention. As we do this, we see You move mightily on our behalf in Yeshua’s mighty name. #Selah
Have a great day and stay safe under the blood ? Agape ❤️
© Tosin Oyelakin 2020