6 Mar


Question #1  What is the best way to deal with a spouse that is unemployed?  He  feels depressed about it, and I am the only financial provider in the home.

Answer #1   First of all I want to commend you  on supporting your family during this time of need.  I am sure the devil has thrown every curve ball at you that he has.  He hates marriages and he hates wives that help support their husbands financially.

Your husbands depression is temporary.   Don’t let the devil convince you that God is not in control.  The economy has hit both Christians and non-Christians.  We will survive because we are God’s children.

Let’s take a good look at PSALMS 40:1-3  “…I waited patiently for the LORD; and he inclined unto me, and heard my cry.  He brought me up also out of a horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my goings.  And he hath put a new song in my mouth…”

These verses are blessingss and rewards for waiting on God.

1.  He turned toward me  (v.1)     God sees you.

2.  He did hear me  (v.1)      God hears you.

3.  He brought me up out of the pit  (v.2)     He is working on your deliverance now.

4.  Out of the miry clay  (2)     What had you stuck, will be removed.

5.  He set my feet upon a rock  (v.2)     He will bring stability.

6.  He established my ways  (v.2)      He will teach you His will.

7.  He put a new song in my mouth.  (v.3)  He will give you a new path.

In Beth Moore’s book, “Get Out of that Pit”  she says there are three things you can do with your mouth:

Cry out to God for help.

Confess not just sin but what is in your heart.

Consent to the process of waiting on God.

Remember, Yahweh Yireh, THE LORD OUR PROVIDER,  is with you!!

NOTE:  Don’t miss tomorrows post.  Daily there is a new post.

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