A very present help!

Practise the presence of Jesus. When Jesus was about to leave this world, he said “see, i would ALWAYS be with you” and that promise was not just for the early church, but it is effective in every generation of the church. Jesus is always with you, whether you recognize his presence or not, when you are walking through a lonely alley or a lonely road, he is there with you (and in you), you are never alone.
At times as believers, we could face some challenges, and in the process wonder if God needs to be reminded of the predicament, well, you can talk to him in prayer but never forget that Jesus is with you, even when you do the wrong things.
Hear him say “I’m sending help your way, the Holy Spirit would help you” that means that he is fully aware that you would need help as a Christian here on earth and the Spirit’s job is to help you become steadfast in doing the right things, so when you do the wrong things, he hasn’t left you, instead he’s looking out for your best and how to help you do the right things.
Refuse satan’s guilt, receive forgiveness from the father and walk this earth as the champ that you are, knowing that while men seem helpless, you are ‘the helped’ with a standby, incase anything goes wrong.
The Holy Ghost would even help you pray rightly by giving you words to speak when praying, it’s called speaking in tongues. Make good use of the provision made available to you by our Lord and in all things, never forget that you are not alone. Hear him say: “Reader, i would NEVER leave you”, Matthew 28:20.

Hebrews 13:5
…He [God] Himself has said, I will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you without support. [I will] not, [I will] not, [I will] not in any degree leave you helpless nor forsake nor let [you] down (relax My hold on you)! [Assuredly not!]
[AMP]

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