God Can Handle It – Part 2

God Can Handle It – Part 2

In the prior message, I started by stating, God can handle it all. Big or small, messy or unorganized, painful or joyful, God can handle it all. Today, I want to look into the subject a bit deeper.

Let’s get back to the message of God being able to handle it all. You probably asked yourself how that can be.

Here’s what I think

One of the things I am reminded of is how much bigger God is than we are. I am reminded that God created the heavens and the earth and everything in it. When I look at the scope and magnitude of creation and how it all comes together perfectly to work together uniformly, I conclude that God has indeed handled it all.

One of the marvels of this world is the sun rises and sets every single day of our lives. The sun is instrumental in making things grow and bringing light. I am reminded of how the little things in this life exist and how they get along without our help. Have you ever noticed how intricate a flower is and the pollen that forms on top of it for flying insects? Doesn’t that just blow your mind? Stop and look around you – really look around.

I can keep going

The point is if God can do and create all these things and form them, so they work together perfectly the way they do, surely God can handle all our problems today.

Admittedly, it’s hard to let go of the struggles we face because if we did, we would be turning over the reigns to a Holy God, thus relinquishing control – the control we long for. Turning over our struggles begs us to trust God. Trust is difficult especially if we are not as close to God as we should be. But isn’t trust what we should be doing in the first place? Ah, but how many of us struggle with trust?

Jesus said in John 14:1, “Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; trust also in me.”

How do we get to the place of believing God can handle all our stuff today? Trusting is an excellent place to start.

Dear Lord, thank you for reminding us that we can trust you that you know all our problems, our fears, our doubts, our worries. You know all the things that weigh us down and cloud our minds. Father, help us to trust you more, that they will be handled in your time and in your way. In Jesus’ name, I pray, Amen.

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