“I stood in the midst of hundreds of little Chinese girls who’d been abandoned by their parents because they weren’t born male. From childhood, we are taught that Jesus loves the little children. But as I stood in a Chinese orphanage with so many discarded, thrown away children, I struggled to make sense of what I saw.
Then I remembered Jeremiah. From his perspective, Jeremiah couldn’t imagine what a real estate deal had to do with the redemption of Israel. But rather than despair, in his confusion he prayed, reminding himself of God’s nature and character: “Ah, Sovereign Lord, you have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and outstretched arm. Nothing is too hard for you.” (Jer. 32:17)
Nothing. It is not too hard for God to rescue His people in the midst of war. And it’s not too hard for God to end the suffering of little children. It’s just that, perhaps, He’s chosen us to help. In the same way that God entrusted Jeremiah to carry His message to Israel, He’s also entrusted us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, heal the sick, and care for the widows and orphans in their distress.” Shared by Reneé Stearns in He Walks Among Us
Will you please prayerfully consider being used by GOD today to help someone in distress?
NOTHING IS TOO HARD FOR HIM!
He just needs willing hearts and faithful servants to help.