Let us not faint but cry out to his infinite mercy

“Father, if You are willing, remove this cup from Me; yet not My will, but Yours be done.” 43 Now an angel from heaven appeared to Him, strengthening Him. Luke 22:42-43

The Word of God tells us that He does turn his eyes away from the earth. That is to say, He is aware of everything that happens to us. The most important thing is that He neither sleeps nor leaves our side. He knows every situation we are living through, which are unsustainable for our soul and lead us to the point of giving out.

Just as Christ experienced in Gethsemane. What He felt then was so strong that He cried out to the Father and said “If you can, take this cup away from Me”. But what a blessing that, at the most difficult time, the angel of the Lord appeared before Him. He came to strengthen Him, so nothing could destroy the purpose He was sent for, and He could receive the strength to rise up.

Let us not faint but cry out to his infinite mercy, for Him to open his arms from Heaven and give us strength in the midst of the whirlwind that wants to destroy us. Let us always follow the example of Jesus. If He could, so can we, for greater is He who is with us than he who is in the world.

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