Will God Help Me?

Will God Help Me and Why Doesn’t God Answer My Prayers?

The ques­tion of “Why doesn’t God answer my prayers”, is one you often hear peo­ple ask. A lot peo­ple say they pray to God for answers but their prayers go unan­swered lead­ing them fur­ther into depres­sion, frus­tra­tion or anx­i­ety, etc. For some, they aban­don God entirely, which is sad. And for some It seems when things are not going well is typ­i­cally when they Will God Help Mecome to the Lord for spir­i­tual guid­ance. No, that’s not a bad thing. I gather by the fact your are read­ing this you have decided to come to Christ for answers.  So if you are ask­ing, “Will God help me?” or, “When will God help me?” or even won­der­ing why doesn’t God answer my prayers, then the fol­low­ing story will shed light to the rea­son why you are not get­ting a response from Him you desire. And how it easy it is to change your way and draw near to Him.

Jesus I need your help

Will God Help Me?

There is a story told about a very rich and pow­er­ful busi­ness man, (we’ll call him Bob) who was very select in whom he would give audi­ence to, sim­ply because He was so rich and pow­er­ful that He could do what­ever he wanted, when­ever he wanted.

Rich and pow­er­ful men sought audi­ence with him, peo­ple in high polit­i­cal offices desired his coun­cil. But Bob rarely gave audi­ences to any of them. No one, not even his Admin­is­tra­tive Assis­tants could gain entrance to his office when he put out the word that he was not to be dis­turbed under any circumstances.

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How­ever, there were two peo­ple who barged into his office freely when­ever they wanted. Regard­less of how busy Bob was, no mat­ter what he was involved in, his eight year old son Bob Jr., and his six year old daugh­ter Sarah. They were the only ones that could barge into his office when­ever they wanted. No mat­ter how busy he was, Bob would stop what he was doing, open his arms wide, and he would hug his two chil­dren as they flew into his arms. There was no greater joy in Bob’s life than his chil­dren, any time day or night, his chil­dren could com­mand his attention.

Some­times his chil­dren would ask him for things that Bob knew would not be good for them, and because of his great uncon­di­tional love for them, he could not give them some of the things they asked him for. But sev­eral things were cer­tain. His chil­dren had access to him any time day or night, he always lis­tened to what they had to say, and he always enter­tained their requests for things they wanted or needed. He never turned them away or refused to lis­ten to them. He couldn’t because he loved them too much to do any­thing else.

Notice, that no one other than Bob’s chil­dren had access to him at all times, and no one else, regard­less of their impor­tance, posi­tion or wealth, could get Bob’s ear when­ever they wanted it.

So Will God Help Me? When Will God Help Me?

Folks, this isn’t rocket sci­ence. God loves you, prob­a­bly more than you can imag­ine. But He isn’t going to answer your prayers if your only inter­est in Him, is to get Him to use His might and power to help you out of your des­per­ate sit­u­a­tion. This is akin to putting the cart before the horse.

In the story above, Bob’s chil­dren were the apple of his eye, much like you are the apple of God’s eye. But Bob’s chil­dren got what they wanted from their father because they were in a full time rela­tion­ship with him. God wants to be in a full time rela­tion­ship with you. But if the mess you are in is big enough to draw you to this web site to try to find an answer to how to get God’s help, it should be obvi­ous even to you, that you have not been in a full time, “Father and child” rela­tion­ship with Him.

So what’s the bot­tom line? Sim­ply this. If you want to get any­thing from God, you have to com­mit to get­ting to know Him, and get­ting Him totally involved in your life. Does this mean you have to change your life style? No, you don’t have to change a thing. God accepts you just as you are. But you do have to add some­thing to what­ever it is you’ve been doing. You have to begin to talk to God con­stantly. He knows your thoughts any­way, so when you talk to your­self, know with cer­tainty that He is lis­ten­ing and that you are talk­ing to Him as well as your­self. And here is an irrefutable promise, the more you get to know Him and come to under­stand the lengths He has gone to because of His desire to have a inti­mate rela­tion­ship with you, the more in love with Him you will fall.

Still ask­ing “will God help me?” It’s impor­tant to remem­ber that God does not require you to change any­thing in you life before com­ing to Him. You only need to go to Him with a sin­cere desire to know Him, not only as “Almighty God”, but as He who loved you enough to die for you, and Who wants only the best for you, in this life and in the next. Once God gets involved in your life, you will begin to effort­lessly shed the neg­a­tive things in your life that have been keep­ing you from the vic­to­ries you need to make it through this life. You will look back at your old behav­ior and won­der how you could have ever been that per­son, because God will change you from the inside out. And in the end, you will know with cer­tainty that you will be spend­ing eter­nity with Him who you have grown to love more than you love yourself.

Will God Answer My Prayer?

Or, you can stick to the path your on, keep treat­ing God like He’s a Genie in a lamp, or a vend­ing machine, who you think is there for the express pur­pose of using His might and power to answer the prayers of some­one who only prays to Him when you want or need Help Me FInd God and God Please Help Mesome­thing. The power is always in your hands. Make get­ting to know God your first pri­or­ity, and He will surely incline His ear to your prayers. So in case you are still won­der­ing will God help me, this is a promise God makes to you. The Bible says:

“Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you.” (James 4:8)

I pro­duced a video to the clas­sic song “Bridge Over Trou­bled Water” by Simon and Gar­funkel. It reminds me of God’s love for us and always lifts my spirits-Enjoy and expe­ri­ence the love of God!

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One thought on “Will God Help Me?

  1. Thank you from the bot­tom of my heart, you see I was one if those per­sons who only prayed to God when some­thing wasn’t going my way or when I needed some­thing but now I see and under­stand that I can’t just pray when I want or need some­thin, or even to make things go my way, I am to always pray and bless the Lord because he gave me breath to breath and a won­der­ful life to live and with­out him I would be noth­ing. As I said thank you from the bot­tom of my heart this what I needed to open my eyes to the won­der­erst things the Lord my God has done for me. Once again thank you

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