“I will lift up my eyes to the hills—from whence comes my help? My help comes from the Lord who made heaven and earth.”-Psalm 121: 1, 2.
For the most part God’s help does not come miraculously or obviously. It steals as gradually into our life as the grass of spring makes the hillsides fresh and green. Before men can say, “Lo, here! Or lo, there!” it has suddenly entered into our need and met it. A smile, a flower, a burst of music, the picture of a bit of mountain scenery, a book, the coming of a friend—such are the ways in which God comes to our help. Not helping us far in advance, but just for one moment at a time. Not giving us a store of strength to make us proud, but supplying our need as the occasion comes.
- F. B. Meyer
Study well Psalm 121 and be assured that the Lord cares deeply for you. Be encouraged to look to Him in every time of need for grace to help you. Then trust Him to send the help in His own wise and loving way. “God will take care of you, be not afraid.”