Call on God
15 and call on me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you will honor me.” Psalm 50:15
Something happens when we start a day of trouble with prayer, or as the writer states, calling on God. We all have areas of worry and distress, and for some, we simply don’t know where or who to go too. We may have worn out our friends and spouse with our problems or feel we have overused those closest to us with all our concerns.
But the truth of this matter is, we will never wear out God with our needs. God desires for us to bring all our worries to Him. His advice shows us deliverance and invites us to walk in freedom. We may try many techniques before we finally realize God’s influence is what we need.
We may try to ignore the issues or even push them onto someone or something else, but God as our Creator, invites us into a relationship because He desires to listen to us. God’s ears are open to hearing our troubles and concerns but it takes humility to realize we need God. If there is any area in your life where problems prevail, your role is simple. God is honored when we bring our troubles to Him.
Today in the Workplace
What does God need to hear from you?
Breaktime Bible Study: Call on God
1. Today’s Breaktime
and call on me in the day of trouble; I will deliver you, and you will honor me.” Psalm 50:15
3. Answer the Questions
What is the command of this passage?
Why would God want to hear our troubles?
Where do you go with your problems?
What is the promise of this passage if we bring our concerns to Him?
What would stop you from calling out to Him right now?