Who Do You Call?

February 6th, 2012

RG AUDIO 020612Psalm 91:1-16

A story went around a while ago that the atheists in America had created a prayer line for callers. According to the story, when you dialed the phone number, no one answered.

The psalmist reminds us that it is not that way with God. He lets us know that when we call on him, he hears us and answers our needs, particularly when we are in trouble. Having someone who is totally dependable to call on in a crisis is worth more than gold.

When a major blackout hit the northeastern United States, caused by a major failure in the Niagara Frontier power grid, a woman called up the New York City Fire Department to confess that she had caused it. She said that she knew her old toaster was faulty and she shouldn’t have plugged it again. She was assured that her toaster hadn’t caused the crisis.

God’s power doesn’t fail. He is all powerful, and fully trustworthy. When we approach God about our needs, we can rest in him for the results.

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