“All my bones shall say, Lord, who is like unto thee, which deliverest the poor from him that is too strong for him, yea, the poor and the needy from him that spoileth him?”
Life is full of problems and at any point in time, we seem to be battling one problem or another. I want us to examine three problems identified in this verse.
1. Poverty: “The poor and the needy”
It’s not easy to escape from poverty because it can create a vicious cycle. God can help you overcome poverty.
2. Problems that are too strong for you.
Sometimes, we come across enemies who are stronger and more powerful than us. They could also be problems that are higher than our resources.
3. Problems that spoil you.
This could be a health problem that is slowly eating you up or something that is degrading your finances.
How can you overcome these problems? “Your bones have to talk”
This is a figurative speech which means you need to have a very strong desire when you pray. It is important to have a strong desire when you desperately want God to do something for you. Desire kindles your faith and draws the power of God.
Are you facing a serious problem? Let your bones start talking.