Weary In Spirit?
By Annagail Lynes

When my spirit grows faint within me, it is you who watch over my way. In the path where I walk people have hidden a snare for me. – Psalm 142:3 (NIV).

God knows when you sit down. He knows when you get up. He knows your thoughts before you think them, your words before you say them. He knows what your future is going to be like, the choices you are going to make. He knows all about your past and can see your present circumstances

We get weary of our situation. We look around at the business we put so much effort into that isn’t producing the results we want. We see the kids that are rebelling. We focus on our parents’ failing health or what our circumstances are. We have ran the situation over and over in our head, not being able to come up with any viable solutions. We are weary in our spirits.

We can’t see the whole picture. We can’t see those little things, those foxholes, that are tripping us up, but God can.

God can see the business partner that might be misappropriating funds. God can see the people with whom your children are associating. God sees it all.

Instead of going to God and complaining about our situation, our problems, we need to surrender them. We need to totally and completely surrender them to God, letting Him do exceeding, abundantly above all we can ask or think in those circumstances (Ephesians 3:20).

God will always turn whatever we put into His hands into something wonderful, something beautiful, something far better than we could have come up with on our own.

Surrender those problems to God today, and watch what He will with them.

In the comments below, tell me what God is doing in your life today.

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Annagail Lynes is a published author, pharmacy technician and starting her business as a life coach. Her work has been published in 21st Century, SeaLetter, Christian Home and School, You! and many more online and offline publications.

To learn more about her, go to coachannagail.com

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