Ask God for Help♥️

When times are troubling and you don’t know how things are going to go, take heart—God wants what’s best. He will make it happen if you keep the faith, follow his path, and if you ask him to lead and guide you. Doing these things will really benefit you. You may be tempted to go another way, to not heed God’s voice, and to depend on your own SELF. But putting SELF first and not calling out to God for help never works. It’s only a temporary solution. A temporary fix that never cures a bigger problem. Ask God to help. Call out to the Lord. Specifically, ask him to lead and guide you, and all things will fall into place.❤️😊🙏

About Zina

Zina Hermez has authored the best-selling book, Not Without God: A Story of Survival. She’s been featured in numerous articles, guest posts, podcasts, websites, newsletters, and magazines. She’s just been featured on the Intuitive Edge podcast! She’s also been on ESPN’s “Solutions from the Huddle” broadcast and on Grace and Truth Radio World! Zina’s written several hundred articles and has taught thousands of students from all over the world from many different backgrounds and cultures. She’s appeared in Christianity Today, the Suite T blog, and the Southern Writers magazine among other places. She writes on faith, science, and overcoming adversity. She also writes on health and diet and loves to help others. Her latest book, Not Without God: Hope In the Storm is live and for sale! You can order your copy here:

Author: Zina Hermez

I'm a teacher, writer, and speaker. I got into publishing when I joined a Christian writers' group online where I met a few select authors who mentored me. My life changed. Through classes, webinars, and friendly emails, I've been encouraged to write. I started my blog to cope with my spinal injury in hopes of helping people.

12 thoughts on “Ask God for Help♥️”

  1. Sometimes, when we need guidance, we ask those closest to us for solutions or other points of view, when we should instead be looking upward, and asking God our questions.

    “Where am I going? Where should I go? Who should I trust?” Don’t we all struggle with these at times? The truth, I don’t ask for his help as much as I used to. I rely on my strength, my own understanding and feelings. I rely on my assumptions, past experiences, and hopes, when I should really just make a bold move, and surrender wholly to God and His ways.

    His ways are better than mine, they hold the promise of peace, revelation, and acceptance. I just need to remember this more often, and set my pride aside so that He can work through me, and for me.

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    1. Beautifully written, Leticia, and thanks so much for sharing. I agree. At times, even more than we should, we look to ourselves or others for advice, strength, or solutions to problems. But when we look to God he directs us. It doesn’t mean everything will work out the way we expect, but when we surrender to him he is there to direct, console and comfort us.

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  2. Good day, Zina. I hope this note finds you well. I was brought up Catholic and later earned a B.S. in Theoretical Physics, and here is how I’ve put it together. I am not implying your system is wrong or misconceived. It is your way and view. To me, God is an observer. The Lord affects the world by His presence, but we act upon it. When we open Schrödinger’s box and look into it, we see either the cat alive or dead. We are to take action and feed it if alive or bury it if dead. I believe the Holy Spirit has tasked us to care for Creation. Thank you for sharing.

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    1. I agree with most of what you said. I’ve been brought up Catholic and also have a deep interest in physics. I do think God is an observer, but are you saying that we should not call out to him (especially in time of need)? He is the creator of the universe(s), but we are also called to have a personal relationship with him, and to invite him into our every day. He is a personal God and wants to see us happy. He’s also there for us in times of suffering. Jesus said he would leave us with an ‘advocate,’ that is the Holy Spirit.

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    2. I love what you’ve said, agree with your statements and believe the voice inside, when pure and reached through prayer or quiet contemplation, is our advice, but we are called to action. I actually think we work for God. Thank you, Zina, for the opportunity to express my beliefs.
      Best wishes, E

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    3. I agree with that. I often say ‘we can be co-workers with God, but we have to do our part.’ I definitely think we can work for God also. Thanks so much for your input. It is appreciated.😊

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