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Lord, Help Me - Matthew 15:21-28 - Alfondia Reese, III

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The word “cometh” reflects a continuation. That means the coming of help is an on-going process. As the enemy sends trouble your way, God is constantly and consistently sending help your way. There’s never a time when you’re without help. Well Bishop, if there’s never a time I’m without help, why does it seem to take the help so long to bring me out of the things that I go through? The more time you take to see that you’re never alone, the longer it will take for you to get through your go through. The moment you see that you’re not alone, that’s the moment you’re going to come out of what the enemy’s been sending you through.


You remember the poem footprints. The times you thought you were alone those were the very times God was carrying you. I come with an encouraging word for someone telling you that as long as there is God, there is hope.

  • ·      When you’re facing those financial issues, there is hope
  • ·      When baby’s daddy won’t send that support check and you’ve got to do it by yourself, don’t trip, there is hope
  • ·      When those interviews don’t become a job, there is hope
  • ·      When in one hand you have stacks of bills and in the other hand you have no money, there is hope
  • ·      When you’re dealing with your anger and your hurt, there is hope
  • ·      When you can’t find a real friend, there is hope
  • ·      When every relationship leaves you empty, there is hope
  • ·      When you come to church and the church folk act like they’ve never even heard of a man called God, there is hope


What’s the hope? The Word of God tells us in 2 Corinthians 4:8 & 9 - We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed. I hope in the fact that although I may go through, God will see me through.


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