You Are Not Alone!
Everyone has storms and difficulties in their lives and He will never leave you!
Sometimes Jesus will calm the storms in your life. Other times He will act like an anchor that you can tie yourself to. Still other times, Jesus will offer Himself as shelter so that you can weather the storm in His protection and under His wings. But rest assured, as the Scriptures say, He will never leave you. The Bible does not promise an easy life living as a Christian, but it does promise that you will not be alone.
Hebrews 13:5 (New International Version)
Deuteronomy 31:6 (New International Version)
Psalm 46:1 (New International Version)
The most common theme in Jesus' teachings in the Bible was not to fear and to be of good courage. If you are currently enduring trials, storms and tribulations and you would like to be prayed with and prayed for, we are available to help. You may send us your prayer requests through our ''Prayers Needed" page. Your prayer need will be posted, with or without your name and with or without the specific need. We have a Prayer Chain that will be activated within the body of our church and you and your needs will be prayed for.
The Assembly of God national headquarters in Springfield, Missouri has a National Prayer Center that we would like to point you to as well. You may visit the center at http://prayer.ag.org/ or you may call them toll free at 1-800-4PRAYER or 1 (800) 477-2937.
who need help in coming to know God, have problems in their home, problems at
work or are
troubled by any of a multitude of other things that keep people from being happy
and fulfilled, need someone who cares about them. And that's the message
of our Fellowship. Because Jesus cares for people, the Assemblies of God
is people who care about each other.
Here are some Bible verses that we'd like you to take note of:
John 16:33 (New International Version)
Matthew 28:20 (New International Version)
John 14:16-17 (New International Version)
The Bible is full of stories of men and women who endured hardships, sorrow, anguish and disappointment. Daniel found himself in a den of lions, Joseph was betrayed by members of his own family, his own brothers threw him into a well, and then sold him as a slave to a passing caravan. Then there is the story of Job, who lost his fortune, his lands, his family and then endured challenging physical hardships. Everyone faces points of trial and crisis, where we feel crunched, pinched and abandoned by various circumstances.
Some people turn mean-spirited, resentful and throw out blame toward others for their circumstances. But believers in God and His son Jesus Christ, who have the Holy Spirit, know how to immediately turn to God for hope, comfort, guidance and peace when serious troubles come knocking on our doors. How we choose to respond to trials, hardships and troubles affects God's blessings on our lives.
5:1-5 (New International Version)
If you think that your troubles are out of God's reach. Or if you think that the person that you are praying for is beyond hope. You are wrong. See Eric's story and then reevaluate your situation.
You are not alone in your struggles.
2 Corinthians 1:3-4 (New International Version)
We pray that if you are going through a tough time right now and feel alone that the Holy Spirit will rain down His comfort upon you right now as you sit at your computer. Let the Holy Spirit rain down His grace and comfort on you in the next few minutes as you listen to the following two videos.