Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God that in due time He may exalt you.
When the enemy tries to give us a problem, we have the privilege of casting it upon God. Believe me, He knows what to do with them.
This passage let’s us yo know that humble ourselves is not to worry. A person who worries still thinks that in some way he can solve his own problem. Worry is the mind racing around trying to find a solution to it’d situation. The proud man is full of himself, while the humble man is full of God the proud man worries, the humble man waits.
It is only God that can deliver us, and He wants us to know that, so that in every situation our first response is to lean on Him and to enter His rest.
Hebrew 13:5 teaches us that we do not need to have our minds set on money, wondering how we are going to take care of ourselves, because He will take care of these things for us.
I love this passage, it’s an excellent Scripture to use to encourage yourself when you have concern about whether or not God will come through and need your needs.
He has promised never to fail us nor forsake us. Do your part but do not try to do God’s part.
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