In all our struggles Jesus can relate and sympathize with us.
We know Jesus suffered and died for us in order for us to be saved.
But let’s dig deeper. Jesus whole live was a struggle. He was born into poverty, worked a tough job as a carpenter, when He started His ministry, He was mocked and not believed by His own brothers and sisters.
Jesus lived poor, homeless, relying on the Father to provide food and needs each day. He dealt with anger, selfishness, ungratefulness from people. People abandoned His ministry. He battled religious leaders of the day.
He dealt with many emotions, He got angry, He grieved, He got stressed. He faced temptation from the devil himself. And His life was threatened many times.
In the end one of His best friends betrayed Him and He was wrongfully accused, tortured and was killed.
Yet knowing all this was to come He stayed faithful and did all that He had to do.
So not only can He relate and sympathize with our problems, He can help you in your struggles. Truth is there is no one better to go to in your struggles because there is no one greater than God.
Isn’t it amazing that Jesus chose to do this? He was and will always be God but He chose to live this hard life and suffer for us even though He didn’t have to, even though at any point He could stop His suffering, His pain and struggles, He did it anyway.
What a great God we serve!
Pray always and go to the Bible for help. Remember the Bible is the Word of God but Jesus Himself is the Word.
So going to the Bible is going to Jesus.
Immerse yourself in the Word and trust in Him, listen to Him, He will also listen to you.
He is with you in all your struggles and He will be there always until the end.
And after the end too.
Because when the race is over He will be there to tell you “well done my good and faithful servant.”
Have a Blessed Week,
Scripture Reading Plan:
Monday – 2 Samuel 23:1-7
Tuesday – Psalm 132:1-18
Wednesday – Revelation 1:4-8
Thursday – John 18:33-37