-Exodus 14:13-14 (ESV)
The Israelite people were following Moses out of Egypt and many were losing faith in the promise of deliverance from slavery. Moses told them to be silent and allow the Lord to fight for them. The people needed to believe in the works that they have seen and will see from God and not fear their troubles.
We can learn from the lessons of Moses and the Israelites. When facing our own troubles, we can begin by asking for God's help. After we ask, we need to be silent, believe in God's power, and allow Him to fight for us. He can help us through all of our troubles and trials!
Ask for help, then stand firm, fear not, and silently wait for God to deliver you!
Thank You for Your promises to me. Help me to listen to Your promises and to continue to believe in You through all things. Please allow me to be silent when I need to be so that You can take my troubles and trials and fight my battles for me. Through Jesus I pray, amen.