Attacked Spiritually

“Comfort ye, comfort ye my people,” (Isaiah 40:1)

Hi Ms Julie:

I pray and hope you see this and read it. I’m not sure what to say or where to start. I just know that I have been facing challenges and being attacked spiritually to a point where I feel so weak. And God seems so far away.

I talk to him every day Ms. Julie but it’s like my Father doesn’t want to listen to me like he’s mad at me. Man, Ms Julie, there is a lot to say and tell you and ask you about. But I will just ask that you pray for me. Please, I really need it. I feel at the edge and I need God to show me that things will be all right. Please pray for me. I am 23 years old. –Attacked Spiritually

Dear Attacked Spiritually:

I am honored to pray for you. First, let me assure you that GOD LOVES YOU. He is not mad at you. His Holy Spirit speaks in a still small voice, not a loud demanding one. His Holy Spirit will lead you to a peaceful life, not a life of fear and fright.

I have to ask. Is it possible that you have never truly committed yourself to Him, never truly become His child by repenting of your sins, recognizing that Jesus died for them on the cross, and by identifying with Him in his death, burial, and resurrection? If you have done these things, then His Holy Spirit lives inside you to help you when you are under attack. If you have not, then please do it today. Private message me and I can walk you through it, or talk to your pastor or trusted Christian woman friend.

“Father God, you know all about Attacked Spiritually. Please help her to sense your love for her. Help her to KNOW you and to be assured that you are preparing a place for your children in heaven to rest after being challenged and tossed about in this wicked world. We love your returning, LORD Jesus, and eagerly wait for you to come and make the crooked paths straight. We know you are good and worthy of all our praise.

In the meantime, please help her to sense your presence and your love for her. Fill her heart with peace and joy. Help her to recognize the truth of your Word when you say in Isaiah 26:3: “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee because he trusts in Thee.” Help her to find peace by concentrating on you, your goodness, your strength, and your faithfulness to “never leave or forsake” your children. Thank you, our LORD and Savior. Amen.”


Remember, friends, as challenges come our way, we can face them head-on through Christ who strengthens us!

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