Emergency Numbers

‘Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.’  Jeremiah 33:3  NIV

Here’s a handy list of emergency numbers you won’t want to be without. All you need is the Directory.

When you have sinned, call Psalm 51:1-17.

When your faith needs to be encouraged, call Hebrews 11:1-40.

When you feel timid, call 2 Timothy 1:7.

When people seem unkind, call John 15:12-27.

When you’re depressed, call Psalm 27:1-14.

When you are in danger, call Psalm 91:1-16.

For rest or weariness, call Matthew 11:28-30.

When you’re discouraged about your work, call Psalm 126:1-6.

When you want to know how to be saved, call John 3:1-21.

When you’re dealing with fear, call Psalm 34:7.

When you’ve tried and failed, call 1 Peter 5:6-10.

When you’re struggling with temptation, call 1 Corinthians 10:7-12.

When a believer sins against you, call Matthew 18:15-17.

When your prayers are growing narrow or selfish, call Psalm 67:1-7.

When you’re mourning the loss of a loved one, call John 14:1-3,27.

When you need an injection of worship to lift your spirits, call Psalm 150:1-6.

When you feel weak, call Isaiah 40:29-31.

When self-pride takes hold, call Psalm 19:1-14.

When you’re bitter and critical, call 1 Corinthians 13:1-13.

When you want to live by the Spirit, call Galatians 5:13-26.

For how to get along with others, call Romans 12:9-21.

When God seems far away, call Psalm 139:1-24.

When you want courage for a task, call Joshua 1:1-9.

When you’re afraid of ridicule, call Proverbs 29:25.

When you can’t forgive someone, call Matthew 18:21-35.

When the world seems bigger than God, call Psalm 90:1-16.

When you worry, call Matthew 6:25-34.

When you’re going on a journey, call Psalm 121:1-8.

And when you’re lonely and fearful, call Psalm 23:1-6.

Use these numbers whenever you need to. You can dial direct. The lines to heaven are always open. As God says, “Call to me and I will answer you …” Jeremiah 33:3.

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