God doesn't care about me! - what to do then? - Short Encouragement

Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. - 1 Peter 5:7 

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When You Feel God Doesn’t Care?

Know you are in good company. 
Some of God’s best friends 
questioned Him, such as:
Moses (Exodus 5:22-30)
David (Psalm 42:9-11),
Martha(John 11:21), and few others.

Feeling alone or questioning God 
doesn’t mean you don’t believe Him.
Remember that His shoulders are big enough to scream at and cry on, and to carry your questions.

Get some rest. The world often looks darkest when we’re exhausted. Elijah lost his nerve and ran away when he was tired even after He had seen God do something spectacular. (1 Kings 19:1-8) You will likely see things a little differently after some rest.

Rehearse what God has done for you in the past. Our human minds often focus on what is in front of us, and we need to remind ourselves of what we DO know about Him. Ideally you’ve kept a journal of what God has done for you in the past.
If not, start one now! (Psalm 77:10-12)

Let other people’s faith strengthen yours. When you are facing sorrow or tragedy, sometimes other people don’t know what to say to you. But as you’re able, talking with others who have come through troubles with their faith intact can help you see things in perspective.

Let God carry you. God understands you’re only human. (Psalm 103:14) Here’s where you can make a conscious choice to leave your case in God’s hands, and know that He will not let you fall, no matter what your feelings may say.

God never enjoys it when His children hurt. But He does sometimes honor us with the privilege of demonstrating our faith when things get tough.

Remember: the coach puts his most trustworthy player in the toughest position, knowing he may get beaten up. The government sends its most reliable soldiers into the most dangerous situations, knowing the risks they will face.

Could God be trusting you with a test?

Hope this message blessed you. 

What do you do when you feel like God doesn’t care? Leave a comment below.
God bless.