God’s Presence Is Always Near

“God’s presence is always near even when your troubles makes it seem like He is so far away.” ~ Yvonne I. Wilson

I love the Psalmist David for a lot of reasons but none more so than I love the way he was so dependent upon God and could pray his way out of any troubling situation. In Psalm 43:5 he begins to examine himself by asking a few questions: – Why, my soul, are you downcast? Why are you in despair, O my soul? Why so disturbed and in turmoil within me? Why am I even so discouraged?

In a matter of seconds he convinced himself that despite what he was going through, the solution to his problems was to hope in God, to praise Him because not only is God the source of his health and help of his countenance but He is the God of his salvation.

Remember, God’s presence is always near and in the midst of trouble, He makes a way of escape for you into a place of trust, faith, hope and where your full confidence can be in Him.

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About Yvonne I. Wilson (774 Articles)
Yvonne is a positive thinker, a catalyst for change, and a conduit through which holistic healing takes place and destiny is fulfilled. Her ministry through her blog, Empowerment Moments, came at a very low point in her life and was born out of much adversity, persecution, physical abuses, and rejection to the point of her being suicidal. She was left feeling defeated and shrunk back by fear. But through some miraculous means, God has given her pain purpose and a unique voice through which He speaks to touch the untouchable, to reach the unreachable and to empower, inspire, motivate, encourage and uplift the hurting and spiritually wounded to bring about healing and wholeness - mind, body, soul and spirit, one person at a time.

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