Don’t Let Go

Scripture Reference: Psalm 6

 In Psalm 6, the writer, David, states that he was worn out by crying and that his vision was blurred by grief. Have you ever felt that way? Have you ever felt “emotionally raw?”  Maybe you are feeling that way right now as you read these words.  I have only one thing to say, “Don’t let go!”

 

 Life can leave you spinning in uncertainty and loneliness. Discouragement and brokenness can lead you to believe that there is no way to put the pieces back together. But don’t let go.

 

God awaits your cries for help. He wants to hear your “emotionally raw” prayers that ask Him to rescue you from the pit of despair. He wants to guide and direct you to higher ground. He wants to tell you that you are loved and that there is hope for your future.

 In many of the Psalms that David wrote, he cried out his afflictions and suffering to the Lord. Even in his anguish, David always affirmed his trust in the Lord’s power to save and heal (Psalm 6, 22, 63, 142…). This is because David knew from experience that when he felt emotionally raw, left without answers or an escape plan, His Father in Heaven would free him from the prison of defeat.

 Hold on my friend! You may not see the evidence of your miracle yet, but God is at work in your life! Today, pray whatever is on your mind. Whether you are feeling emotionally raw or emotionally joyous, God wants to listen and He will respond. You are not alone!

Posted by Fay-Ann Swearing
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