God’s Got This

Repeat after me. “God’s Got This!”

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the challenges you’re facing? There is heartbreak and brokenness all over. You may be struggling with financial uncertainty, illness, marriage struggles, or loneliness. 

It can be hard to trust that God’s got this when you can’t see the outcome or the whole big picture. 

That doesn’t mean that we have to pretend that everything is going well, but we can simultaneously trust that God is in control. He knows about what you are going through and cares about you. 

The Lord’s abundant faithfulness is for everyone to rely on. We can trust that God’s got this no matter the circumstance.

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God is In Control

When things start to feel like they are spinning out of control, our human nature is for us to want to take the reigns of control to fix whatever is going wrong.

The problem is that, no matter how hard we try to take it, control is not ours to manipulate! God is the one in control and we must learn to submit to His will in every situation and trust that He will work it out for our good – even when we can’t see how that is even possible!

God can take whatever situation you are in and build your character and faith. He wants us to learn to depend on Him in all circumstances. 

God is in control of it all. He can take care of our everyday lives and needs. God’s love can completely transform our perspective.

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God’s Got Your Financial Situation

God is a God of abundance. While He wants us to be good stewards of our money, He will always guide us through our financial situations. God wants us to trust Him with all that we have. 

When all else fails, turn to God in prayer. It is through a relationship with Him, that you know God’s got this and it’s going to be okay.

If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today and tomorrow is thrown into the fire, will he not much more clothe you—you of little faith? Matthew 6:30 NIV

Jesus told His followers not to worry because God provides enough food for the birds and clothing for the lilies. If God cares so much about the flowers and birds, then he will certainly take care of you. 

God is our provider and protector. We can rely on Him for whatever we need today. See every financial struggle as an opportunity to grow closer to God through trust in His provision. 

So, when your financial situation seems dire, just remember: God’s Got This!

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God’s Got Your Marriage

God designed marriage to bring glory to Him. No matter what season you are in your marriage, He is a God of restoration and redemption. He can bring hope and healing to your marriage. 

Oftentimes in the midst of a difficult season, we get fixated on asking God to change our spouse. We complain that “It is them who need to do the work.”

We can try all we want to change our spouse but it is ultimately up to God to transform hearts. Sometimes in the process, we learn that It is our own heart that needs to change the most. 

Putting God first in your marriage allows him to do his work by showing you how to love your spouse. Lean on God and let his redemptive power course through your marriage.

When your marriage is on the rocks, have faith because God’s got this!

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God’s Got Your Health

It can be so hard to trust God with your health when you can’t see the outcome. You might wonder, does God really care about my health? 

God cares about your body because He created it. The Bible is a manual on how to take care of your mental, physical and spiritual health. While your body is temporary, it is a gift from God. You should treat it as a temple of the Holy Spirit. 

When we’re in the midst of physical pain and sickness it can be hard to see God in our pain. God has the power to heal and make miracles happen but he doesn’t always intervene directly. He has also provided us with intelligent medical professionals to help support us.

So, when your health takes a turn, just remember: God’s got this!

God’s Got Your Kids

As parents, we strive to guide and protect our kids as they grow up. We want to control every aspect of their lives in hopes of a good outcome.

But the truth is that God has already mapped out their path. When they seem to take a wrong turn in life, understand that this “wrong path” might actually be a path that God has them on so they can grow closer to Him.

Whether your kids are babies, teenagers, or fully grown, know that God has got your kids. He is the one in control of transforming hearts. 

God has simply called you to be an ambassador of Christ by exemplifying what it means to be a follower and disciple within your own home. 

No matter what your kids are going through in life, remember: God’s got this!

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God Is In Control and It’s Going to Be Ok

God has your back!

God is an ever-present God and He’s got your back. He is all-powerful. 

When things are seemingly out of control, just let go and let God do what only He can do!

No matter what life throws at you, know that God is working it all out for your good.

There is hope in God’s Word. It is where we can receive assurance that God has a plan and that His ways are best. You can turn to these Bible verses to respond in faith and say boldly “God’s got this!”

  • Great is our Lord and mighty in power; his understanding has no limit. Psalm 147:5
  • Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Matthew 19:26

When all else fails, turn to God in prayer. It is through a relationship with Him, that you know God’s got this and it’s going to be okay.

“Dear Lord, I am going through (current circumstances). I am feeling helpless and don’t see a way out. I need your guidance, wisdom, and guidance. Help me to put my full trust in you that you are in control. Amen.

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