Have you ever been faced with a difficult situation and wondered to yourself, “Is God faithful?” It becomes increasingly challenging to keep believing that God is faithful when your circumstances say something different.

I know many people who desperately cried out to God for a miracle and yet their situation remained unchanged. There is a lovely girl I know who volunteers at her church during the week. Her car kept breaking down until finally it wouldn’t run anymore. She had no finances to fix it and could not get to church or to her job. You would think that God come through for her since she volunteers at church.

Another example is of a young man who is passionate about following God and serves him faithfully. He left a successful job to serve God full-time in worship ministry. His funds ran out and he did not know how he was going to be able to pay his next month’s bills.

So what can you do when you are waiting for God to come through for you? It’s easy to become discouraged and despondent. When faced with circumstances like this, the temptation is to give up and try to make a way yourself. But is that the right thing to do when God has called you to something? Is the answer to give up and give in?

What should you do instead?

  1. Keep believing that God is true to His promises.
  2. Keep praying according to God’s word.
  3. Keep going in what God has called you to.

I love this verse in Philippians 1:6, “And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ.”

The truth is that God is faithful. No matter what our circumstances tell us, God is and always will be faithful.

The young girl I mentioned earlier followed those three steps. She kept believing, she kept praying and she kept going. I am happy to report that someone offered to pay for her car repairs out of the blue. She couldn’t believe it! God is faithful.

The young man I mentioned also followed these steps. He just posted on Facebook that someone anonymously deposited money into his bank account. Guess what? It was exactly the amount he needed to pay his bills for next month. Incredible, isn’t it? God is faithful.

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