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Have you ever felt that this thing called life is just too hard? I know I have. Sometimes life just does not turn out like we thought it would. That’s when we have to hang onto God and simply trust Him.
I remember when my daughter was around four-years-old and I was trying to teach her how to dance a slow dance. The first attempts were humorous. She just wasn’t coordinated enough to imitate the dance moves yet. Finally, I came up with an idea. She would stand on top of my feet and wrap her arms around legs. We would moved as one. If I turned left, she went with me. If I turned right, she went with me. Her only responsibility was to hang on and relinquish control. And even though she thought she was dancing, in reality, I was the one doing all the work and she was simply along for the ride.
That is a great picture of what trusting God is all about. That’s a picture of what “abiding in Jesus” is all about. We cling to him, hang on to Him and abide in Him. If He goes left, we go left. If He goes right, we go right. David wrote in Psalm 63:8, “My soul clings to You.” In other words, David was saying, “I’m hanging on for my life.”
Today, as you move through life, cling to Jesus. Hang on to Him. Acknowledge His presence with you and His Spirit in you. Trust Him!
Father, I pray to You today in the name of—*YeHoWsHua HaMashiach – Jesus the Christ. I have come to realize that I cannot do anything on my own. I need You. I’m trusting You today. I’m clinging to You. I’m hanging on to Your every word. I surrender totally to You. Guide and direct my life O God. Help me never to let go of You and pray that You never let go of me. This is my prayer today in the name of the LORD YeHoWsHua* (Jesus) the Christ, Amen.
The Hebrew spelling of the name of Christ is used in this prayer for educational purposes. Yehowshua is often shorten to Yeshua but out of respect for my Lord I chose to use the spelling of His proper name to demonstrate that His name s above every name and that even the spelling of His name is relative to the spelling of The Father’s name – remembering that there were not any vowels in the Hebrew alphabets. Thus, YHWH (Yahweh) and YeHoWsHua (Yahweh is salvation) are grammatically and uniquely related.
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