There is no problem God can’t solve. There is no pain or hurt He can’t heal. We unequivocally believe this whenever we’re praying for others. However, how do we respond when that problem, pain, or hurt is invading our lives? We undoubtedly ask God, “WHY ME?” We forgot that 2 Corinthians 12:9 promises that God’s grace is sufficient for us and that His strength is made perfect in weakness.
Life’s unexpected twists and dangerous valleys teaches us there is something far more important to God than reengineered circumstances.
Our problems may not be as severe as what Paul experienced (See 2 Corinthians 11) but all pain hurts no matter the severity. So if you lost your job….God’s grace is sufficient. If you are going through a divorce….God’s grace is sufficient. If your kids are acting crazy….God’s grace is sufficient. If you angry with your spouse or significant other….God’s grace is sufficient. If you are dealing with a death in the family….God’s grace is sufficient. If you are going through an addiction related circumstance….God’s grace is sufficient. If you are dealing with an illness….God’s grace is sufficient.
It is the Lord’s immeasurable grace that see us through all life’s test, trials, and trouble.