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14/04/2021 - LORD OF OUR TEARS

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“Hear my prayer, O Lord, and give ear to my cry; do not be silent at my tears; for I am a stranger with You, a sojourner, as all my fathers were. Psalms 39:12

There are occasions when we must call out to the Lord in faith so the suffering in our soul will end, because we can’t endure so much pressure. David was living one of these moments and decided to open up his heart so he’d be comforted. Faith shows us how to act, when to pray and what to say when we pray. God loves hearing our voice, the voice of His sheep. Make your situation known to Him.

David was determined to be heard, because he urgently needed divine help. In the same way, we should be ready to ask for our prayers to be heard and responded. To continue to suffer isn’t a biblical doctrine. If we should throw all our anxiety, the infirmity of the soul, upon God, we can throw all our physical, financial and family infirmities as well. “Hear us, Lord” should be our request always.

The king of Israel didn’t want prayers without an answer. He certainly learned that from the Most High. Prayers that aren’t based in the will of God, which is made clear in the Bible, shouldn’t be made. To pray without a purpose is to play around with the Most High. Before resurrecting Lazarus, Jesus said: Father, I thank you that You have heard me (John 11:41). God listens when we pray under His guidance with faith!

Before telling Martha and Mary’s dead brother to come out of the grave – which later happened – the Master spoke to the heavenly Father: And I know that You always hear Me, but because of the people who are standing by I said this, that they may believe that You sent Me (John 11:42). Earlier, He had said: “I do what I see the Father doing” (John 5:19). That’s how we should proceed.

David was in a tough situation. He got to the point of asking the Lord to not be silent regarding his cry. When we pray, feel the divine presence and our emotions arise, we can rest assured that we will receive answers. With tears in our eyes or not, what matters is that every word we say will bring blessing. The important thing is to pray with faith in Jesus.

We are sons of God, but many times we think we’re strangers to Him. This feeling torments us, but it shouldn’t cause us to give up on what we’re requesting. Take the example of the two blind men who followed the Master, asking Him to have mercy on them. Apparently, He didn’t give them much attention. But when Christ came inside the house, He approached them and they were healed (Matthew 9:27-30). He is good, believe it!

David defined himself as a stranger to the Lord, because until Jesus came to earth, no one had been declared as a son of God. After Jesus died for us, the blessing of the new birth reaches all who receive Him as their Savior. Today, we are in a position of children before our Father. Hallelujah!

In Christ, with love,

Dr. Soares

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Lord! Thank You for hearing our prayers in the name of Jesus. One thing is certain: when we’re in trouble or if something is bothering us, we can call out in faith and You will give us Your blessing.

David asked that You would hear his prayers and not be silent before his tears. Today, we can rest assured that You will give us attention. You make us blessed. We love You!

We want to learn Your answers, even before we’ve started determining a miracle to happen to ourselves or someone else. Help us exercise our faith in Jesus in a way that pleases You. We don’t want to fail when we claim our blessing!


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