I have been young, and now I am old, yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken or his descendants begging bread.
God Never Abandons His People
Looking back over your life, it’s easy to see the hand of God working. As the Psalmist reviews his life, he becomes convinced of one thing. He has never seen God fail or abandon His people.
God never promised you a problem-free life. He never said you would go from one glorious day to the next and live the Christian life like the opening scenes of a Disney movie. However, there is one thing you can be confident of: As a child of God, when you face your darkest days, God is there with you.
God is There
You may have experienced some hard times in your life. Times when it felt like your friends deserted you, and you were standing all alone. You may have even felt like no one cared. It is during those times that you find as a follower of Christ, He is with you.
You may be going through a difficult time right now. Let me remind you that God never forsakes or abandons His children, and He will never forsake or abandon you.
God is With You
No matter where you may find yourself today, remember God will never leave you. As His child, you can rest assured that He will be your protection, your security, and your provision.
You see, there are no orphans in the kingdom of God. God never abandons His children.
There are no orphans in the kingdom of God
One day you will look back over your life. As you review the good times and the bad, you will agree with the Psalmist who said in this promise, “God never forsakes His children.”
Look at that promise again:
I have been young, and now I am old, yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken or his descendants begging bread. – Psalm 37:25
Confess this with Me:
Father, thank you that you are watching over me today.
I know you will never forsake me and will always be my supply.
When worry and fear come my way, remind me that You never forsake Your children.
As your child, I trust You will always be by my side.
In Jesus Name,
As we start the new year, isn’t it time you began effectively praying for your spouse?