Out of answers?

Negotiations come to a halt. People get discouraged. Such can happen when we believe that all the possibilities for finding a solution have been exhausted. Like a car running out of fuel and sputtering to a stop, we might feel as if our efforts to find the answer to some problem have simply run out of gas.

We don't need to resign ourselves to unsolved problems. There's plenty of evidence, as far back as Bible times, to show that people, many of whom believed they were left without an answer, did indeed find the answer they needed when they listened to God and were obedient to Him.

How can God be a practical help? Why should we think He has an answer we wouldn't necessarily come up with on our own? The Bible provides helpful insights. Not only does it show the limitations of the human mind, but more importantly it also brings out the limitless intelligence and supreme power of God, the divine Mind. In Isaiah we read, "My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord" (55:8).

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Testimony of Healing
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