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They cried to You, and were delivered;They trusted in You, and were not ashamed. Psalm 22:5

The example left by the patriarchs of God’s people must be imitated by those who love the Lord. Because they believed the Word, these men have overcome serious crises. Seek to know how they attained such deliverance, for the Most High continues to do so in the life of those who trust in Him. They did not address their requests to a man-made god, but to the Creator of the Heavens and the Earth.

The ancestors of the psalmist did what every Christian should do: they cried out to God. Those who have faith in the Lord fearlessly face the forces of evil. For this, with firmness and wholeness of heart, they seek the only One who can help them. When facing the adversary, one should not play with praying, but with a contrite heart they must be convinced that the solution will come. By putting this information in the Scriptures, the Lord is guaranteeing that He will answer us.

Because they believed in the Almighty they were delivered from their affliction. Now, he who believes in the divine declarations is never ashamed. We must learn from the biblical examples so that we will not suffer any defeat when we pray. Since God will not fail to heed those who cry out in faith, we can be sure that we will receive the answer.

When Moses brought the people out of Egypt and led them to the Red Sea, obeying the Lord’s direction, Moses found himself in trouble. Suddenly, despite having received Pharaoh’s permission to leave, the Egyptian potentate decided to go after him. At that moment the Hebrew people were trapped, for there were mountains on both sides; the sea was in front of them; and Pharaoh with his army were right behind them (Exodus14). What could Moses do but cry out?

However, perhaps the leader of the people was not fully relying on the promised help, for he continued to cry out. And the Lord cried out, saying: “Why do you cry to Me? Tell the children of Israel to go forward” (Ex 14:15). The command of the Most High leads us to understand that praying doesn’t prove that one has faith. After that, Moses did something that apparently didn’t make much sense: driven by God to lift up the rod, he stretched out his hand over the sea and the waters were divived.

We have to trust and cry. After you pray, if you do not know what to do, just ask the Lord.  According to His promise, whoever asks anything of Him is heard. However, one must know how to behave, so that the Most High will carry out the deliverance. Nothing prevents Him from acting every time we cry out in the Name of Jesus. God always knows how to lead to any place. 

Although it seems there is no way out, believe that the Most High is a good strategist. The Most High will listen to you and help you in your struggles; after all, He has promised that He will never leave or forsake those who trust in His Word. How that will be done, is up to Him. Our responsibility is to ordain the solution that the Word assures, not doubting for a single moment.

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord! Why believe in the lies of the enemy if we are under Your guidance? You are faithful Keeper of Your promises, and none of them will fail. We are before You to cry and to go into action. 

If the patriarchs had not trusted, You would not have given them the promise. Nothing can stop us from having Your answer, as long as we are acting according to Your guidelines. Father! We believe that You are mighty to rescue us.

When the patriarchs cried out and escaped, they saw Your work. Pharaoh and his army stayed in the sea, because they let themselves be used by the enemy to destroy Your people. Arise now, oh God! Give us Your deliverance. To You be all glory!


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