Do Not Fear; I Will Help You
By Charles H. Spurgeon
Here is God’s promise of what He will do: “I will help you” (Isa. 41:10).
I love this promise. It is a very short one, but it is all the longer in meaning because it is short in expression. You may avail yourself of it in all cases. The promise turns every way, and blesses in every form. You cannot find any possible position into which the child of God can be brought in which this promise will fail to bless him. Sit down no longer in lethargy, lift up the hands which hang down and confirm the feeble knees, for if God says, “I will help you,” how can you be afraid?
You cannot pray; you cannot wrestle as you desire – “I will help you.” You feel unable to overcome sin – “I will help you.” You are engaged in service too heavy for you – “I will help you.” Whether it is to suffer, to sacrifice, to labor, or to endure, take this comfort – “I will help you.”