God Please Help Me

God Please Help Me

Are you in a bad place and ask­ing, “God please help me” or “God please give me strength”? Are your prayers falling on deaf ears? There are many times when we pray to God for some­thing that is really impor­tant to us or that is urgently need­ful, and it seems as if our prayers are falling on deaf ears. “Why won’t God help me?” you won­der. The rea­sons why some prayers go unan­swered is not always appar­ent. But one thing is for sure. So if you are ask­ing God please help me, you should know If we ask any­thing accord­ing to His will, God hears us.

Jesus I need your help

“This is the con­fi­dence that we have in Him, that if we ask any­thing accord­ing to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, what­ever we ask, we know that we have the peti­tions that we have asked of Him.” (1 John 5:14 & 15 NKJV)

Notice that this verse is telling us that we can have con­fi­dence that God will answer our prayers, if we pray “accord­ing to His will”. So the next log­i­cal ques­tion would be, “What is God’s will”? If we expect to get our prayers answered, we must first ful­fill sev­eral pre­req­ui­sites. Here are some of them.

God Help Me
“When you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. That per­son should not expect to receive any­thing from the Lord. Such a per­son is double-minded and unsta­ble in all they do.” (James 1: 5–7 NIV)

Here the Bible is telling us that if we are dou­ble minded when we pray, we should not expect to receive any­thing from God. So what does it mean to be dou­ble minded? It sim­ply means that when you ask God for some­thing in prayer, you are hop­ing He will answer you, but you are not really sure that He will. That kind of pray­ing is kind of like throw­ing mud against the wall, and hop­ing some of it will stick. Sim­ply put, God will not respond to an ‘unbe­liev­ing prayer’. By this we know that if we expect to get our prayers answered, we must believe that God hears us and is faith­ful to answer our prayers. But we should also know that there are other things that can hin­der our prayers.

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“When­ever you stand pray­ing, if you have any­thing against any­one, for­give him, that your Father in heaven may also for­give you your tres­passes.” (Mark 11:25 NKJV)

God can only show us the same mercy and for­give­ness that we are will­ing to have toward those who have offended or hurt us. If we are unwill­ing to for­give those who have “tres­passed” against us, God will not hear our prayers, nei­ther will He for­give our tres­passes against Him.

Per­haps the great­est rea­son we do not get our prayers answered is that we ask God for the wrong things or with the wrong motives.

“When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives” (James 4:3 NIV)

Seek First The King­dom Of God

God please help me. Why do I worry con­stantly? My life is a mess. I’m so unhappy. I lost my job…etc. God please help me now. How can you help me pray?

How often do we pray to ask God for things related to mate­r­ial gain, rather than for God’s plan for our lives to be ful­filled. Jesus said the fol­low­ing con­cern­ing our most basic needs.

“There­fore do not worry, say­ing, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’For after all these things the Gen­tiles (unbe­liev­ers) seek. For peace of mind - why worryyour heav­enly Father knows that you need all these things. But seek first the king­dom of God and His right­eous­ness, and ALL these things shall be added to you.(Matthew 6:31–33 NKJV)

By this we know that if we will make God the first pri­or­ity in our lives, He will make us His first pri­or­ity. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.” (James 4:8 NKJV)

All of your daily needs will be pro­vided for, and God will have his eyes on you unceasingly.

“The effec­tive, fer­vent prayer of a right­eous man avails much.” ” (James 5:16 NKJV)The eyes of the Lord are on the right­eous, and his ears are atten­tive to their cry” (Psalms 34:15 NIV))

Now here’s a sur­prise. Being “right­eous” is not about being sin­less, though that should always be our goal. Being right­eous is what Christ made you when He bore your sins on the Cross. All you have to do is acknowl­edge  that fact, and it is accounted to you as “righteousness”.

And here is some more encour­ag­ing news. Jesus said that no one can come unto Him unless the Father leads them.

No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him” (John 6:44)

The fact that you are read­ing this now, is a clear indi­ca­tion that God is draw­ing you to know Christ, and is invit­ing you to “draw near to Him”


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6 thoughts on “God Please Help Me

  1. I'm a mess God I keep trying to do / say what is right. Instead I create enemys and my heart is heavy and sad on said:

    I’m lost. I need help at work. I need help at home. Work is dif­fi­cult, I’ve been try­ing to train a new per­son to help me with my job as it is big and com­plex. She is not get­ting it, I’ve told the super­vi­sor sev­eral times that it is just not work­ing out. I feel like it is my fault the per­son is not under­stand­ing, I have tried dif­fer­ent ways / tech­niques and she still is not catch­ing on. I’ve asked the super­vi­sor to help but no response. I love what I do and it is reward­ing, but well some peo­ple are untrain­able I guess

    • Turn all you bur­dens and wor­ries over to Jesus now. Put it on Him. This is what He wants you to do. “Come to me, all you who are weary and bur­dened, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:28 NIV. When you turn it over to Jesus, and rest He will make your crooked places straight. Stay in faith and trust the Lord.

      Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own under­stand­ing; in all your ways sub­mit to him, and he will make your paths straight Proverbs 3:5–6

      • I am a 67 year old woman who has had very bad luck with rela­tion­ships. My first mar­riage lasted only one year and ended in divorce. My sec­ond mar­riage was a very happy one that pro­duced five chil­dren, but ended when my hus­band died sud­denly of a heart attack. My third hus­band dumped me one day with­out warn­ing and has gone to live with his son and fam­ily. I am told that he is very very happy now.

        I have a few close friends who are very sup­port­ive — and I am thank­ful forth that — but it is not the same as hav­ing a happy mar­riage. Some­times I feel such anger that I actu­ally find myself yelling at God! He does not seem to be lis­ten­ing or answer­ing my prayers.…

    • God has given you a gift of knowl­edge and wis­dom to not lean on your own under­stand­ing. Demon­strate to task to the employee and then have them demon­strate to us. The major­ity of peo­ple are hands on and the rest are visual. Also ask the employee to explain the process as they demon­strate it to you. Offend times the trainer/sender is unknow­ing not clear.
      May God con­tinue to bless you and keep you.

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