We continue the study on understanding the basic truths about problems today.
1. There is no unsolvable problem: In Mark 9: 23, the Lord Jesus said, “All things are possible to him that believeth.” That tells you that there is nothing like an unsolvable problem. Don’t let the devil deceive you that your problem is unsolvable. No, your problem is solvable. You may not know how or you may not be able to immediately point to who can help you but believe God, believe the words of God that every problem is solvable. No matter how hopeless it looks, it is solvable because no case is closed with God.
2. There is nothing like a unique problem: One of the greatest lies of the devil is to make Christians think that their problems are special or unique. He makes them think nobody can understand them. They also think nobody has ever gone through what they are going through. I assure you that there is no problem you may be going through (whether economic, social, mental, spiritual, physical, marital, financial or ministerial, whatsoever) that somebody somewhere has not gone through, and God had in the past given them solutions. That same God will do the same for you. Hence, don’t believe the lie of the devil that a problem is unique to you alone.
3. There are problems that are rooted in other cases: Some problems are rooted in the generations of some people, some are rooted in relationships, some are rooted in habits and some are rooted in the process of births. This therefore shows that there are problems that have roots in other things. Some people have problems rooted in their habits and unless they change their habits, prayers will not work for them. Don’t turn everything into prayer issue or else the devil will keep outwitting you. Do a prayerful study of the genesis of the problems you are facing and God will give you victory.
PRAYER: Father, open my eyes to see the root of all the problems and challenges that I am facing in life. I receive grace to deal with them accurately in Jesus’ name, Amen.
BIBLE IN A YEAR: 1 Chronicles 5:18-6:81, Acts 26:1-32, Psalm 6:1-10, Proverbs 18:20-21