Psalm 31: 1-9


Psalm 31: 4-5 3 For You are my rock and my fortress; Therefore, for Your name’s sake, Lead me and guide me. 4 Pull me out of the net which they have secretly laid for me,

When bad conditions seem to be pressing on you, debts never end, illness doesn’t heal, even the division in your household always haunts your life, which seems like all the roads in front of you are closed, what kind of response will you make? Do you withdraw yourself from God and give up your faith? Or vice versa? Do you get closer to Him and continue to believe and keep His promises for your life?

Like the response made by Joseph in going through a lot of pressures and problems before he arrived at His approval time, that’s how each of us children of God should act in responding to everything that God “allows” to happen in our lives before the time of approval arrives. Not even if Joseph broke God’s promise with negative words that came out of his mouth, why? Because he knows, once God promises He will surely fulfill it.

The psalmist says in today’s rhema that; The Lord is the rock and the defense, and He will deliver us from the net that is cast upon us. If God’s word today reminds each of us to continue to believe that His help and promises are real and still apply to us, then seize and keep God’s promises, because BEFORE PROBLEMS COME, GOD ALREADY PROVIDED HIS HELP. Therefore, whatever problems we face and whoever hurts us, believe that deliverance from God will come soon. Amen.


WHATEVER the problems we face and WHOEVER that harms us, believe that HELP FROM GOD will “COME SOON*.


1. Can you believe that God’s help is always real to you?
2. What are the things that sometimes still make it difficult for you to believe in God’s promises and help?
3. What steps will you take to strengthen your trust in God? Write it down!


“Lord Jesus, thank you for today. All of Your love, grace, and kindness that we have in our life. Teach us to continue to believe and to strengthen our faith even more, to believe in You, Lord. So that soon we may experience Your help and promise revealed to our lives. Thank God, in the name of the Lord Jesus, we have prayed. Amen.”