God Will Guide Your Steps

This article started with a friend of mine was was really stressing out due to the fact that you cannot seem to find a good job right now.  This was my reply to her.

Here a couple of thoughts for you to consider.

As you will see in the Scripture verse I will list below from the prophet Jeremiah – God will now be giving you a brand new future and a brand new hope for your life.

You Are Now Operating On A Different Playing Field!

Now that you have received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and have made a complete and full surrender of your entire life over to God the Father – He is now in complete and total charge of your life!

When you make this full surrender with God, it is now His job to take full and complete care of you in every detail of your life – including finding the next new job that He will want you to move into.

There is not an area or detail in your life that God will not be willing to help you out with – no matter how small or trivial you think it may be.

The Holy Spirit is called “the Helper” in the Bible. It is now His job to help you in every single area of your life where you will need His help.

Here is what you will really need to ground on in your own personal walk with the Lord. Now that you are walking in God’s perfect will for your life – God will now be the One to fully guide you into whatever jobs He will want you to have from here on in. The choice is no longer yours!

God now has a perfect divine plan and destiny set up for your life – and He will now be the One to guide you every step of the way into the fulfillment of that divine plan!

What specific jobs you will now be taking will be very important in your own spiritual growth and development with the Lord. The jobs you will now be taking will be building blocks that will lead you into whatever His specific plan and destiny is going to be for your life.

This now takes the burden off you in trying to find the next right job. You obviously will still have to seek after the next job – but God will now be guiding your steps as you continue to seek after this new job, making sure that you always land in the specific jobs that He will want you to have at the exact time He will want you to have them.

You are now operating on a different playing field where the rules have changed a bit for you.

What this means is that if you go on a job interview and do not get the job, this means that God did not want you to have this job in the first place – and He was the One who closed the door on you getting that job so as to make sure that you did not go down a wrong path.

So when you keep getting rejected after several interviews, do not look at these rejections like you are a failure. Look at it that these were jobs that God did not want you to have in the first place, and that He was the One who was running interference so as to make sure that you did not end up taking those wrong jobs.

Remember – God already has your next new job all set up and planned out for you. All you have to do is simply wait for His timing to bring it to you!

I know the waiting can really get to you, but this is how God develops the fruit of patience and faith in your personality. You simply have to have full faith, trust, and belief that God now has your life completely in His hands and that He will now bring you the right job at the right time.

And not only does God have a set plan and a set future for your life – but He also has a set timetable in which all of these plans will manifest in your life.

You simply have to learn how to have patience during these waiting periods.

In the meantime, God will make sure and arrange that you have enough money and support coming in to help keep you afloat until this next job comes through. This is where you have to learn how to have complete faith in the Lord to do all of this for you.

Trust me, both Chris and I have been put through the waiting ringer plenty of times, and God has never failed to keep us afloat and open the door to the next step in our walk with Him when the time was right. You can take that fact to the bank!

The Scripture Verses

I will now give you some of the best verses from Scripture that will show you that it is now God’s job to fully guide you every step of the way as you now embark on this new journey with Him.

Study these verses very carefully! This is where many Christians really miss the boat with God.

Too many Christians are running there own lives and making their own choices instead of turning the reigns of their life over to God the Father for Him to fully handle.

Only God knows what your true potentials are in this life – and He is the only One who can arrange to have those full potentials maximized and realized in this life!

1.  This first verse will specifically tell you that God now has a definite PLAN and FUTURE set up for your life. This is from the prophet Jeremiah and it is a very popular verse.

“For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.” (Jeremiah 29:11)

Notice the words “to give you.” God is going to give you, to bring to you His specific plans and future that He now has in store for your life.

2.  Memorize this next verse. This one liner is extremely powerful.

“The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord … “(Psalm 37:23)  

Another way to look at this is that a step is one day in your life.

What this means is that God now has each day of your life perfectly planned out for you to the day that you depart from this life. You are now on the yellow brick road with the yellow color now being the light of God Himself.

Your job is to now live each day to its fullest, always trying to do the best at whatever God will be calling you to do for Him on that particular day.

If you can learn how to keep this kind of mindset, you will be less likely to throw pity parties when things do not go the way you think they should.  

3.  Study this next verse very carefully as it really applies to your situation

 “A man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps.” (Proverbs 16:9)

What this verse means is that at times you will have to plan things out, try to figure things out, start testing things out.

As you are doing all of this, God will then direct your steps as you are walking them out, and before you know it, you will then end up at the place where God will want you to be at.

This verse perfectly fits into what you are dealing with right now on your job situation. You now have to seek after this next new job, but as you are in the process of seeking after this next new job – God will then make sure that He perfectly guides your steps all the way so that you can then land in the next job that He will want you to have.

You will thus find it as you are seeking after it.

4.  Here is another very powerful verse that will tell us that God will provide us with His divine protection if we are willing to listen to Him and follow His ways.

“But whoever listens to me will dwell safely, and will be secure, without fear of evil.” (Proverbs 1:33)

Notice the words “listen to me.” God leads – you follow. If you do, then God will give you safe and secure dwelling in this life and protection from evil things!

This is a very powerful promise for all believers. Many Christians find themselves in one dire circumstance after another as a result of not listening to God and doing what He wants them to be doing with their lives.

5.  The next 5 verses will tell you that God will now be fully guiding your steps in this life.

  • “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5)
  • Thus says the Lord, Your Redeemer, the Holy One of Israel: “I am the Lord your God, who teaches you to profit, who leads you by the way you should go.” (Isaiah 48:17)
  • “I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will guide you with My eye.” (Psalm 32:8)
  • “For this is God, our God forever and ever; He will be our guide even to death.” (Psalm 48:14)
  • The Lord will guide you continually …” (Isaiah 58:11)

Notice the specific words that God will “guide you continually, be our guide even to death, guide you with His eye, leads you by the way you should go, teaches you to profit, instructs you and directs your paths.”

These are extremely powerful words. All of these verses make it very clear that it is God’s job to fully guide and direct your steps in this life. And all of this is given to you free of charge.

This is why you can let go and let God.

This is why the Bible tells us that we can now cast all of our burdens and cares upon the Lord – because it is now His job to take full and complete care of all of us from the moment we fully surrender everything over to Him.

6.  This next verse now goes one step further and specifically tells us that it is not our responsibility to direct our own steps in this life, that this responsibility now belongs to God and God alone!

“O Lord, I know the way of man is not in himself; it is not in man who walks to direct his own steps.” (Jeremiah 10:23)

Put this verse together with all of the other ones listed above – and it becomes quite clear that it is God’s job to direct our steps in this life – not ours!

7.  This next verse is especially for you. Notice the last sentence where it tells you to trust in God, to wait patiently for Him, and that He will bring it to pass!

“Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He shall give you the desires of your heart. Commit your way to the Lord, trust also in Him, and He shall bring it to pass … Rest in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him.” (Psalm 37:4,7)

Conclusion

I know it can get rather stressful and trying while waiting for God to bring this next job to you – but this is where you really have to give yourself pep talks from time to time when you start to get too down, just like a professional athlete does when he starts to go into a slump.

The professional athlete can either quit, or talk himself back into the game until he gets his swing or shot back.

In this game with God, we have to give ourselves pep talks from time to time, telling ourselves that God has complete control of our entire situation, that the ship is not going to sink, and that our breakthrough will come at the exact time that He has it set up to occur on His timetable.

Until that happens, do what the last verse says to do – “Rest in the Lord.”

Otherwise you will drive yourself crazy with all of the nervous energy that will start to eat at you and rob you of your peace and joy that you now have in the Lord.

When it is all said and done, you will look back on all of this and see that you had wasted a tremendous amount of negative energy, since it will have been shown to you that God finally came through for you.

Trust me – I have seen God come through time and time again without fail. There is a saying that many have heard – “God is never late, but He is never early.”

This means that God will come in with the breakthrough on His time schedule – not ours!

I hope all of the above will help give you some peace of mind. The Bible is truly the infallible Word of our Holy God, and you can totally and completely rely on what all of the above Scripture verses are trying to tell you.

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  1. Ann - April 13, 2012 at 6:56 pm

    I became a Christian while going through divorce and all I can say is that I was called into a Kingdom where I never fit in. I got real tired of hanging around other divorced women and their kids (really abnormal for adults) so I stepped away from church, fellowship etc and focused on my family and career.

    I’m still waiting for God’s plan to unfold in my life and I’m 60.

  2. Linda - April 2, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    Thank you Mike,(God Will Guide Your Steps) this helps me with my feeling of being lost in my job search. I don’t know where my gifts and talents lie. When I go on job interviews I always lose out on getting the job. I tried to wait patiently, but with no job and no money its very hard. I been out for so long that employers see me a being lazy
    I volunteer some of my time while looking for work, but it makes no difference to them. Thanks for the good reading of hope.
    Linda

  3. Teri - March 31, 2012 at 11:44 pm

    For what it is worth to those of us struggling with a bad job, no job, or unhappy workplace. I wanted to share something that happened to me recently with those who still doubt God will show a way. In March when I totally was at a loss of what to do about my plight, I orginally posted on here and I booked marked this page and have reread it everytime I felt worried and stressed about my present job.

    Well God does pave the way and its amazing how smooth things fall into place. I have gone on so many interviews and tried for promotions at my present crappy job and just wasted my time. Well God opened the door for me to get out of my present job and away from the evil coworkers I work with. Unfortunately, it is still in the same line of work but an amazing transfer opportunity was proposed to me back to an area I grew up in. Yes I will have to leave behind a mortgage if the position is given to me and yes I am very distraught over what to do with all my posessions and how I will accomplish a move with such short notice. But God already has provided me a place to stay at this transfer location. However, I may have to sacrafice my animals to a rescue, but on that note I am going to trust in the Lord that he will also take care of my animals and provide a way for me to keep them. God has provided me away out of my present muck and I did as instructed and did my part in filling out the paperwork and submitting it to my boss today. If this is the path that I am to take “God willing” than the door will be opened. If not than God will close that door also. Yes I am scared and I am very sad about my house since that was the best thing in my life for the past 5 years. My home was my safe haven from my evil coworkers, but where I may be transferring to, I have a church family already established and better support. Where I am at present, it has been just Me and my faith in God to take care of me, since I have no family or support here.

  4. janelle - March 25, 2012 at 11:03 am

    Hi. I am attending a church with my family but I don’t feel like I am growing on dunsays in my faith. I would like to go to a church with my cousins. Its so great there and I love their style of worship. My parents aren’t happy and quite angry. I want them to understand that I need to follow my own faith and build it myself. God before family right?

  5. lawrence gachiri - March 24, 2012 at 7:21 am

    none is like this God.i had once bn so down in life.after getting a fatal accident and my right hand was to be amputated.my darling dad told me “my son,the love of God wont let your hand amputated.i thought it was an empty comfort but later on the miracle happened.i still have my hand.glory be to God

  6. Anthony Hall - March 20, 2012 at 6:14 am

    I can’t believe this word for me today…I am having major job problems I have been laid off,from about 3 jobs in the last 2 years and have went almost 3 years on and off without employment. I found this morning the knot slip away from my rope when I found I was not able to get unemployment insurance. I get several interviews a month just can’t get the job. I have tried taking a lesser position but companies see my resume and they feel I won’t stay. I believe what you say about God not allowing you to get the job because it’s not what he had for you. However I struggle with the issue if he did not have this job for me why allow me to go through the interview process in the 1st place-it will only bring me pain if he knows I will not get it. This word did encourage me in many ways on a day that I really needed to hear a word from God.

  7. Teri - March 17, 2012 at 2:32 am

    Thank you for this topic. I needed to hear this sermon. I am fortunate to have a job but it is a bad job with much trial and wicked coworkers. I have prayed for 5 years for a new job but God has left me here most likely due to the bad economy. God has given me a means to pay my mortgage and this I am thankful for, but unfortunately this is not the right job for me and it has caused me much anquish and personal suffering and has been detremental to my health. I know God has something better for me in the future and I have been holding on to a thread of hope that he will guide me through the muck that I presently work in. Praise the Lord.

  8. Liz - February 16, 2012 at 3:42 am

    I’m pondering about what my road will lead as I will be trying to find a job within the next month or so. I’m nearing the end of my unemployment term. When I lost my job (almost 2 yrs ago)and every day there after the Lord has provided so absolutely everything it’s truly incredible. I’ve been quite ill these past 3 months but I’m mending. As I was looking for bible quotes and uplifting things to post on my Facebook (not for me for others) and my prayer group I came across “exactly” what I’ve been talking to the Lord about “WOW” all I can humbly on my knees say “thank you Lord”, my favorite verse that speaks to me Jeremiah 29:11 followed by all the verses quoted in your page, I’ve just been touched by Jesus. When I feel I’m at my loneliest Jesus is the closet to my heart. THANK YOU HEAVENLY FATHER, I pray for other’s to know you, to accept you in their lives, to confess your the only way to eternal life, to just be loved by YOU, in Jesus most precious Holy name, AMEN!!!

  9. Alex - February 1, 2012 at 7:46 am

    I agree with you Monica. God himself has the power to restore your faith. It is really an act of free will to believe in God. None of us has to. We are free to either believe in His name and His words or not. Things are getting really tough sometimes I know, I feel it myself. But if you think about it, there is really no other way, is there?… I know my words are not of any comfort to you right now, for me neither. But I cannot stop hoping that some day He will have mercy on me and restore me in to the world, for I am deeply in pain as you are. I feel abandoned in my heart although I know in my mind that my situation does not go by unnoticed by Him. I an sure of that. I am sure He watches but I dont know why He does not help. You know there is a little story about the devil ‘s store. Someone was looking through the stuff in the devil ‘s store. He saw lots of things, among them there was something with a sign on it that said NOT FOR SALE. That thing was called DESPAIR.

  10. monika - January 31, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    Alex, I will meditate on this psalm in particular because I find it really hard even to read my bible, with you sending me these scriptures it just gives me a little strenght to read and some what divert my mind off the problem. My heart has been ripped in pieces and crush from the whole thing. It’s the injustice that hurts so bad. What will be the reward of those that hurt other people ? Does God allows then to carry on living their lives as if nothing happen, while they are trying to riun other people lives ? Where is the justice tha He said He gives ? Why should I be wondering each day how my mortage is gonna be paid becuase of injustice ? And who can ever be in their rightful mind even thinking of asking me to grant then a favor or help then in their time of desperation ?

    As you said that God has gone throught it but am not God, I am only a human made of flesh, Job went throught it but God gave him that faith to go through his trials, God said He will never gives me more than I can bear, but looking at things now, it’s beyond what my faith can produce, How would you feel to be relying on someone and then you realise you felt abondon and been left on your own to pick the pieces up ? Only God Himself alone can RESTORE the faith I had in Him before and my strenght.

  11. Alex - January 31, 2012 at 2:26 pm

    Monica, think about it. He, the most righteous of all people was falsely accused and taken to trial for a crime He had never commited. So you are a little bit in His shoes right now. He can understand and sympathize with you. Since you have done nothing wrong I am most certain that eventually He will do justice to you and relieve you from your burden. i am sure it must be very hard on you now -and has been hard for a long time – but you have to believe that He does not give us false promises, ever. Read psalm 143 and you will feel his presence.
    ” Hear my prayer, O LORD; give ear to my supplications! In thy faithfulness answer me, in thy righteousness! 2 Enter not into judgment with thy servant; for no man living is righteous before thee. 3 For the enemy has pursued me; he has crushed my life to the ground; he has made me sit in darkness like those long dead. 4 Therefore my spirit faints within me; my heart within me is appalled. 5 I remember the days of old, I meditate on all that thou hast done; I muse on what thy hands have wrought. 6 I stretch out my hands to thee; my soul thirsts for thee like a parched land. [Selah] 7 Make haste to answer me, O LORD! My spirit fails! Hide not thy face from me, lest I be like those who go down to the Pit. 8 Let me hear in the morning of thy steadfast love, for in thee I put my trust. Teach me the way I should go, for to thee I lift up my soul. 9 Deliver me, O LORD, from my enemies! I have fled to thee for refuge! 10 Teach me to do thy will, for thou art my God! Let thy good spirit lead me on a level path! 11 For thy name’s sake, O LORD, preserve my life! In thy righteousness bring me out of trouble! 12 And in thy steadfast love cut off my enemies, and destroy all my adversaries, for I am thy servant.” Amen

  12. monika - January 31, 2012 at 1:36 pm

    Alex, I wish I could just let it go and move on as easy as it sounds. I know in my heart I have’nt done ANY WRONG doing and that’s what hurt more than anything else. As a result of the whole thing I am finding it difficult in finding a job because I was taken to court and haivng criminal record for accusation. Now I have a mortage to pay, how can I find a job to pay my mortage ? I had wanted to go back to uni to finish my course and because of this problem I cannot, so I am stuck i the middle of nowhere after I plan careful over the years to go back to uni and get inot my desire field of work. Was God there to protect me from these problems or was He there when I needed Him most of all, I don’t think so but felt all alone. How can I forgive someone who I help with my heart and then laid allegation agaisnt me to riun my futrue ? It’s over two years now and I cannot see myself getting down on my knees to pray because it makes no sense becuase who is going to answer my prayers if it hasnt answer all these two years ?

  13. Alex - January 31, 2012 at 9:48 am

    Monica I feel for you and everybody else (like myself) who is in pain and is starting to loose faith. Maybe spiritual guidance could be of help right now. I only have one major advice to give you. Whatever happened in the past why don’t you just let it go? I suppose you are still dealing with some of the consequences but if there is really nothing you can do, just let it go. If you were wrong about something just acknowledge it, ask God his forgiveness and move on. If you did nothing wrong and you were mistreated by someone else it is the same path of forgiveness that you will have to take. Only this time you will be the one that has to forgive and once again move on. Don’t waste any more of your valuable time for it’s the most precious gift we all have. At least some of us. Stop feeling bad about what is in the past!

  14. Alex - January 31, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Monica I feel for you and for everybody else (like myself) who is in pain and is sometimes loosing faith. Maybe spiritual guidance at this point could be helpful and encouraging. But I only have one major advice to give you. If what happened is in the past, why don’t you just let it go? I suspect that you still suffer from the consequences but you have to stop thinking about wh

  15. monika - January 31, 2012 at 3:43 am

    Alex I do unerstand every single words you say because I am going through the same or similar path as you are and has been experiencing the same feeling of abandonment and alone, who can feel my pain and sorrow apart from God Himself. Over the years been a christian, I have never yet question God to an extent or disbelieve about His exisitence becasue I know hwo He is and I’ve seen Him work wonders in my life when I trust Him, He never lets me down.

    Two years ago I had an experience which I cannot get over, it eats me up on a daily basic, I totally trust that God would have abck me up in this particular circumstances but in the end I felt so much on my own and lost when each and everyone comes against me included God, that’s how I felt then and even now.

    He knows the situation inside out so there’s no need for me to explain what had happen, He told me to give a helping hand alongs lives journey, which I did out of my heart of compassion I didn;t try to help but I put my whole heart, mind body and spirit in whatever I was doing to help someone less fortunate, but in the end the betrayl was too much, the pain was and is unbearable, the problem it causes in my life along with finicial problems is too much to bear. I started doubting God and questoning Him, how does He allow that to happen at this stage in my life. I have worked so hard all my life, never get a helping hand from anyone, everything I have acheive has not come by chance or luck, I have to go out and put my best foot forward and that’s how God helps me to achieve what I’ve got.

    During that time it was only God and I alone, no one was or has been in the picture, we have early moring and late nights talks, He gives me comfort when I needed it, He has always been my passenger when am drivng, we use to laugh and talk and sing and also cry becuase He makes me happy because I count on Him as my Father and my provider, but things had change so bad that I felt that I have let Him down somwhere along the line, it makes me sad because I cannot get my head around the fact that He’s not someone for me to question His doings.

    I ask my self the question, if only I had turn away from giving any form of assistant to this person in particular then my life would never be in this low and torrible situation it’s in for the past two years, where do I turn for comfort ? even though He said He would comfort my heart, but it’s two years now, where is that comfort ? Now it gives me reason to question. No one knows how it hurts, I felt as if God was and is on my opposition side, I feel totally let down, that’s how am feeling. Where is the justice since God is a just God ? Is this pain and suffering is my reward for opening my heart of compassion for my fellow being ? I dear to comprehend.

  16. Alex - January 30, 2012 at 12:54 am

    I asked for wisdom…
    And God gave me problems to solve.
    I asked for prosperity…
    And God gave me brains and the strength to work.
    I asked for courage…
    And God gave me danger to overcome.
    I asked for love…
    And God gave me troubled people to help.
    I asked for favors…
    And God gave me opportunities.
    I received nothing I wanted.
    I received everything I needed.
    My Prayer has been answered.

    -Anon.

  17. Alex - January 30, 2012 at 12:37 am

    Susanne thank you very much for your beautiful words and for the time you took to actually talk to me. It is touching to feel someone cares. The truth is I have stopped praying for some time now as I was feeling deeply frustrated. People tell me to keep on praying and I find it hard. I think what you did is wonderful,helping out in the community. It is so nice to hear that you found a job and I hope everything works out for you just fine.
    Sometimes patience seems to be the most valuable virtue of all. To just hang in there and pray. If I only did n’t have these thoughts that I am doing something wrong… It was so nice to hear those words from you. Thank you!

  18. Vivian - January 29, 2012 at 10:43 pm

    I am so grateful to the Lord for making me come across this article. It is not necessarily a job that I am seeking for but the scripture quotations and the message in this article speaks very well to me and to my current situation. Thank You so much Lord for Your words and for Your promises. I know that in Your perfect timing, You will let what is mine be mine. I also want to thank You so much for keeping me patient and concentrated in improving other aspects of my life, even during this time of turmoil in my life. I know that You have every situation of my life in Your hands…and that You have also already made a way for me. I surrender my all unto You Lord. Please take control.

  19. Susanne - January 29, 2012 at 1:42 pm

    Alex, I so understand your despair. Trust me (and of course I know you don’t know me-so why should you believe what I say?) but God does care and He does have a plan! It may be hard to believe now but it is true. In my earlier comment I spoke my heart about how I was pretty much at the end of my rope. Now I have to tell you that I’m glad I hung on by my fingernails–because from my point of view-a miracle has happened. I start a new job the second week of February! I can’t believe it! It has finally happened. While I still face enormous challenges; surviving till my first paycheck-getting the funds to pay back old taxes by June or my home will be sold-finding extra funds to repair the car, the washing machine, fix the falling roof etc., I now have the chance to get back on my feet. Because of my lack of a real job, my family was forced to move in with others because I could no longer afford the heat or feed them. And what has hurt even more, they are not close and I cannot see or talk to them often. The debt-well I won’t go there, although I am making decisions to deal with it all. It has all been very depressing. There is nothing that makes you feel more like a failure than realizing you can’t even take care of your family. At least that is how I looked at it!
    But God has continued to bless me and given me a new opportunity. Now, more than ever, I am praying and trying to listen to His direction. Because I can do nothing without His help!
    ALex et al, I do want to share with you some of what I did as I kept my faith. I joined a new Bible Study at my church and met the most amazing group of people who became s good friends over the next three years. If you had told me three and a half years ago that this would have happened, I would never have believed you. Why should this group of strangers want to know me? This group watched my struggle weekly over time and saw how I never gave up, trying to keep that smile on my face. Next I found myself volunteering to teach Sunday School, count our Church collection, work on our Spiritual Committee. Any time I could volunteer for my Church, I did. The more I volunteered, the better I felt even if I was still financially poor. Spiritually though I was growing. Now, I am not going to tell you that things changed for me right away, but slowly they did. One time when I was literally without food, one of my new friends became my guardian angel; another helped me with funds to get to an interview out of state; another paid for a month’s winter heat, and everyone I volunteered with started to pray for me. God always saw when I was at the end of my tether and did not leave me without hope. He has always been there. He sent me people at just the right time, even if it was just a comment that they were praying for me. As I look back over the last several years, I see clearly now, that the more I did in His name, the more I was taken care of by Him.
    I also prayed for direction. Every day was a dialogue with God, but I also had to make an effort to listen. Sometimes the answer to your prayers is not what you expect, but it may be a step that assists you: the name of a good contact, an offer for dinner, prayer time with a friend so you don’t feel alone. Please keep your faith, keep praying! Know in your heart that you are being listened to. Please do not give up! I am keeping you and everyone here in my prayers. God has not abandoned you-He is always with you!

  20. Alex - January 29, 2012 at 11:26 am

    I feel abandoned right now. I used to be full of hope and certainty that I had a mighty father who would look after me no matter what and see that my wishes were fullfilled. I don’t feel like this after years of waiting. Instead I started to believe that if I don’t do something myself, God Will not help out but above all what hurts the most is that I don’t feel loved by him any more. Or that he has his plan for me, as you said… I feel totally alone, weak and unable to find the path of happiness. I don’t feel that he cares about my being happy… I am so sorry to say al this…

  21. Pamela - January 29, 2012 at 4:07 am

    You really made my morning and thank you so much for writing this article. I was feeling some kind of way but the Lord had a plan for me. It was to read this and receive some scriptures that will help me and give meaning. God never gives up on me so I will not give up on him. Your word is a Lamp to my Feet and a Light for my Path. Psalms 119:105

  22. mini - January 27, 2012 at 7:08 am

    Praise be to God for leading me to this website. Thank you Lord! You are more than worthy to be praised. I have been out of work for for 4 years. God has made a way for my family and me. I am grateful. I know it was God that led me to this website. I pray that everyone that posted and reads this website is blessed as I am right now. Thank you so much Mr. Bradley and the Bible Knowledge Ministries for all the work God annointed you with. Praise be to God!

  23. PEB - January 24, 2012 at 11:52 pm

    I must say that God is Something! I’ve been going through the fire since 2008 after company closed. I didn’t panic because I always believed in my heart that I would succeed as a sole proprietor and freelancer of my own work; I’m a visual artist and craftsman initially, but I did data entry to pay the bills. Three years before it closed I told someone I see myself running my own business performing the artistic talents God blessed me with. Since then, I’ve been growing in those talents, finding out I can do new things each year – it blows my mind at the creative privilege God shares with me. To date, though, I desperately need something financially big to come through for I’ll have to move and know not which one of my destinations holds that prosperous plan God has for me. After reading this article tonight, my heart is a lot lighter and mindful of constantly thanking God – trusting that He’s on my case – Jesus is my advocate. Thank you for this article.

  24. Susan - January 19, 2012 at 2:36 am

    Praise God for this powerful Word! I haven’t been going through the job struggle – going through a different one, but God was speaking to me about the guideline of His Holy Spirit and led me to this message. He is our guide in every situation and brings us through things that are often very difficult. It’s so good to be able to see the journey for what it is. No sense in packing for a day at the beach when God is leading us to climb a rocky mount. Thank God we are doing it with a guide who knows every nook and cranny of the mount and can navigate successfully all the way to the top. Lily, read Psalm 22 – they ridiculed Jesus but praise Him you see where He is today! Looking forward to celebrating with all of you for eternity! Packing my spiritual suitcase with the right equipment for the right journey now! Blessings to all of you in Christ who supplies all of our needs by His riches in Glory!

  25. kAREN - January 17, 2012 at 10:03 am

    I have been reading your work for a few months. I have been saved santified and filled with the Holy Ghost since I was 19 years old I am now 59. I have had many wonder experience with JESUS thru the years and one is your website. Thank you for your obedience to GOD in your life and ministry. You have confirmed my faith in the HOLY Trinity over and over. God word is the same yesterday today and forever.I am not sure why GOD directed me to this message today but I have completely enjoyed it and the testimonys that followed. I have a deep concern for the unemployed today more than ever. I truly believe GOD does provide. My the HOLY TRINITY continue to bless and confort us all yes he does and will,Amen

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