A Supernatural Response to Suffering

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When life seems to fall apart, trust God and thank Him. A supernatural response to suffering will lift you above your circumstance.

WHEN MANY THINGS seem to be going wrong, trust Me. When your life feels increasingly out of control, thank Me. These are supernatural responses, and they can lift you above your circumstances. If you do what comes naturally in the face of difficulties, you may fall prey to negativism. Even a few complaints can set you on a path that is a downward spiral, by darkening your perspective and mind-set. With this attitude controlling you, complaints flow more and more readily from your mouth. Each one moves you steadily down the slippery spiral. The lower you go, the faster you slide; but it is still possible to apply brakes. Cry out to Me in My Name! Affirm your trust in Me, regardless of how you feel. Thank Me for everything, though this seems unnatural—even irrational. Gradually you will begin to ascend, recovering your lost ground.

When you are back on ground level, you can face your circumstances from a humble perspective. If you choose supernatural responses this time—trusting and thanking Me—you will experience My unfathomable Peace.

But I trust in your unfailing love; my heart rejoices in your salvation. -Psalm 13:5

Always giving thanks to God the Father for everything, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. -Ephesians 5:20

The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the Lord lack no good thing. -Psalm 34:10

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