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Does God Care? Yes, God Cares! Psalm 10:14

Psalm 10:14

“But You, O God, do see trouble and grief;

You consider it to take it in hand.

The victim commits himself to You;

You are the helper of the fatherless.”

God is considerate of our grief and our problems. God sees our hearts and what we feel. God cares about us and He has us in mind.

And… God takes action on our behalf. He is not an un-involved observer of our lives.

God sees our troubles and our grief and He considers them to take up for us –

  • to relieve us
  • to intervene for us
  • to make a way for us
  • to be there for us
  • to redeem us

God’s plan has always been one of redemption, intervention, restoration, transformation.

God’s purposes towards us have always been for showing his great love for those who seek Him.

The invitation has always been open to any and to all of us.

Psalm 10:14 also says that those who have been hurt and mistreated commit themselves to the Lord because He is One who take care of them. In this particular verse, the Lord is the helper of the fatherless. How many of us today are fatherless? Divorce, adultery, drugs, alcoholism, workaholism [I made that term up, of course], abuse, death – have all taken so many fathers away from the families. Many have a father in the home, and even mothers, but are without parental guidance because the parent/parents are caught up in the pleasures or the worries of this world. But God is a father to any one of us who needs a true and loving Father. Even those who have wonderful earthly fathers could still use a Heavenly Father who’s love is beyond compare.

God is great and He is loving! He is worth getting to know!

God bless you! ❤

Angela

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This blog is for anyone who wants to know more about Jesus and His love and how faith in Him plays out in real life application. Hello, we are Jerry and Angela and we are two fools for Christ. We have decided to make our lives totally surrendered to Jesus in response to His love and His gift of salvation. We are in our early 40′s and we have two children together and [Angela has] an older daughter that is now an adult. We have been married to each other for going on ten years. We surrendered our lives to the Lord together in 2010 and have been growing in that relationship with Him and each other since that time. We both accepted salvation and made professions of faith earlier in our lives, but did not make Him Lord and Savior until 2010. At that time we realized that trying to walk in our own strength and our own ways was useless and empty and had led us to another rock bottom experience. We humbly turned our lives over to Jesus and have been seeking Him with all that we are ever since. That does not mean that we have become perfect. That does not mean that we have not sinned again. That does not mean that we have not had trouble or trials or storms since that time. What this means is that we are growing, we are learning, we are becoming more loving and compassionate and forgiving. We want to share our faith with our readers. We want to share our growth process and transformation with you. We wish to encourage you and lift you.

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