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God has promised that he will provide to us the help that we need to endure life in this fallen world and face all its perils. How he accomplishes this is different than what we expect. Our mind visions God reaching out from Heaven and miraculous zapping us with his divine strength. However, the Psalmist clearly reveals how his help comes. Behold, God is mine helper: the Lord is with them that uphold my soul. (Psalms 54:4)
God’s help comes from other people. He moves upon the hearts of other believers to minister to us and uphold or prop up our soul. It is their words, actions and prayers that are the helping work that he provides.
As we journey through life, we must recognize that we are both receivers and providers of God’s help. He will be there for us when we need him and we should be there for him when he needs to use us. There are so many people struggling in life who just need somebody to uphold them. Will you be the person that God uses to provide the strength that they need?
A similar passage to consider is found in the New Testament and reveals that this type of living is an essential part of Christian living. Bear ye one another’s burdens, and so fulfil the law of Christ. (Galatians 6:2)