The Call for Help is Closer Than You Think

It is key to be able to realize at what point to ask for some kind of support in order to move forward. Explore the following article to see if you are at a time to ask for help in your life.


"God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble." Psalm 46:1

At certain times we do not feel we are going through periods of negativity and loss of hope. Sometimes they can be experienced as great personal failures.

In any case, we must keep in mind that life is an up and down, that today you are up and tomorrow you are down. That will depend purely and exclusively on the mission of our Heavenly Father.

Also, keep in mind that you can always ask for help from Jesus in prayer and from our Lord. They will always be present in your heart, in your decisions and thoughts.

Also, the Lord is able to bring you closer to the people who love you and are with you in your day to day life. 

If you find yourself in a period of forced loneliness, from which you want to escape from the Faith and the Holy Spirit, perhaps you should sit down for a while and think about it.

You feel abandonment or rejection, even indifference from people with whom you want to connect. It may happen that you feel that they are in different tunings, or moments. This is normal: not all of us are willing to open up all the time.

It is the same when we talk about God. Many people go through periods of solitude to find themselves and then go out into the world renewed. Try to do the same with your faith and spirituality.


"You are my refuge and my shield; I have put my hope in your word." Psalm 119:114

If you find yourself living a period of great stress, anguish or anxiety, perhaps it affects you and increases that feeling of failure. Often times financial or health problems carry over into your emotions.

If you try to ask for help, reading his Word, the Bible as a source of inspiration to bring out the negative. Do not keep in your body sadness or resentment that can lead to illness. Forgive those people who need to receive your love. Try to take advantage of moments of solitude to pray and connect with the Holy Spirit.

Although we do not have it very present, the people with whom we relate every day of our life, contribute a lot to our peace and spirituality.

Try to reach out to and ask for help from people who are positive, loyal, and who are always happy for your accomplishments. That way the blessings you will attract from them will be reflected in good deeds and absolute positivity.


"Even to your old age and gray hairs I am he, I am he who will sustain you. I have made you and I will carry you; I will sustain you and I will rescue you.." Isaiah 46:4

To be well with other people, first you have to be well with your inner self. Work on it, bet on yourself. For your inner self. Cultivate with the Holy Spirit all that you are capable of achieving with Faith. Everything you propose will be guided by our Savior. 

The will and ability to carry out any project will be sustained by your respect and connection with Jesus. Try to have good communication and confidence with your decisions in life. You will feel an immense sense of relief knowing that you can count on the Lord's help.


"But I will sing of your strength, in the morning I will sing of your love; for you are my fortress, my refuge in times of trouble." Psalm 59:16

The thoughts we have continually influence our life. Furthermore, the intentions we emit with each of our sayings and actions determine absolutely all the consequences of what results in the way of the Lord.

Your thoughts constitute a vital connection with the Holy Spirit. It will generate a certain speed depending on the emotional intensity that is accompanying your thinking and your connection with God. He will always be there listening in your prayer request for help.

Don't forget, and open your heart to God! Remember that the time to act is now, and if you do it with a positive mind, a heart open to harmony and the Glory of the Heavenly Father, the result will be even more satisfying.




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