How To Take Weight Off Your Shoulders Forever


Praise God this morning!

“Do not put your trust in princes, in mortal men, who cannot save. When their spirit departs, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans come to nothing.”

Psalm 146: 3-4

“We come into this world innocent, oblivious to troubles and free of burdens.” Yet without warning it seems, we begin to notice trials and tribulation infiltrating our lives; in addition to heavy burdens mounting up upon our shoulders.

Be warned my brothers and sisters; “the longer we live the more weight we’ll carry.”

The Lord can teach you a magnificent balancing act, if you choose to walk with Him.

“Want the weight of pain, hurt, disappointment, sorrow or guilt lifted from your worn shoulders?” Lift up the Lord right now! Say hallelujah_ thank You Jesus! Give God the Glory. You can’t do this on your own. The hands we use to carry, plant and lift are just not big or strong enough to remove loads constructed of trials and tribulations.

God will work miracles in your life if you simply work with Him; never forget the He’s not part of a life He’s not necessary in?

Are you carrying weight on your shoulder only God can remove? If so tell Him today through prayer.


5 thoughts on “How To Take Weight Off Your Shoulders Forever

  1. RCG Editor says:

    I have really enjoyed reading this post and I do believe that there is a lot that we can learn the Psalms. You have selected a beautiful verse which, spells out really well how we start of life innocent and free of any burdens and over time we start to carry, anxieties, worries troubles and concerns.


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