• Michael Haldas

God with Us


“Events may throw us into a frenzy and threaten to overwhelm us, but God is with us. We have a God who can carry us through anything in this life, even death. Our worst enemies are our own fears and the whisperings of the evil one who coaxes us to tremble, to give up faith, and to trust every appealing solution – except God.” (Dynamis 4/9/2019)

“Problems and heartaches can overwhelm us and cause us to feel that God has rejected us. But God our Creator is eternally with us...even though we may feel alone…The worst mistake is to think we are alone. God is with us and gives us strength in the flesh through the Church – our fellow Christians with whom we may grow “in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in [our] heart to the Lord” (Ephesians 5:19).” (Life Application Bible, Psalms 102:25-27, Ephesians 5:19-20)

“…joy comes from our relationship in Christ and an ultimate trust of Him that is in our heart. It allows us to live fully and joyfully in any circumstance. When I say joy, I don’t mean a giddy happiness or even a depth of feeling. I mean a spiritual sense of well-being that allows us to know God loves us and is truly with us in all circumstances, even in our suffering. I’ve seen this in people who have suffered the worst tragedies possible and was amazed until I finally began to understand what it is they draw their joy and strength from.” (Sacramental Living)

“Sometimes He will reveal His presence through circumstances, and sometimes with a still, small voice, but always He will help us to know He dwells with us.” (Orthodox Study Bible, Isaiah 58:9)

“Hope is based on our faith that every day in everything we do God is with us and that everything does matter." (A.K. Frailey)

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