Psalm 20, verses 1 and 2: “May the Lord answer you in the day of trouble. May the name of the God of Jacob defend you. May He send you help from the sanctuary and strengthen you out of Zion.”
You know, trouble comes to all of us, and it comes in many forms: a bad report, loss of job, an unkind word, and even family issues. We all have had and will have our moments. Yet in our trying times, God promises to hear us, to defend us, to help us, and to give us strength. It all starts, however, when we make the choice to talk to Him about our trials. Remember this one thought: It all begins with “May the Lord answer you in the day of trouble.” The word answer implies that we have already asked Him for something. He truly wants to give you help in your day of trouble.
Please remember, it’s time to pray.