Game Plan 2020

Paralyzed by fear, pain, heartache or a multitude of other symptoms causes us to doubt and become immobilized in our lives. We often become incapacitated due to our hopelessness.

Maybe it’s because we are trying to protect ourselves from being wounded deeper, or we have begun to wonder if God even hears our cries and sees the pain we have experienced. You might be saying, “God why?” “Why have you allowed me to go through this when I have trusted You and served You with my life?” “WHY?”

Maybe the questions have been more along the lines as to “where” is God in your circumstances! Life can often feel lonely when you are in a difficult season. You might ask, “Where are you Lord and why have you left me to deal with this alone?” “Lord do you not hear me?” “Do you not hear my prayers anymore?”

In 2020 you need to be reminded, God is for you! Don’t give up and think your circumstances are unique and God is unaware of your pain, fear, heartache, sickness, and struggles. He is right here, right now! It may feel that He has forgotten you or that your prayers never go higher than the ceiling. Remember, today is the day! You can’t change yesterday and you aren’t guaranteed tomorrow, so now is the time!

Make this part of your game plan and live a life of expectancy! God sees you, He hears you, and He wants to be right by your side every step of the way.

#LetsAskDad

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About Let's Ask Dad

I'm just a common man with sometimes uncommon thoughts. I strive to be the encourager, the mentor, and a coach to those who feel like giving up. I have been blessed with a quiver full of children and have gained much wisdom in the process of raising them.