​Feeling Neglected By God During Struggles?

By Drake Mariani, Founder, MemLok Bible Memory System


The Question “Does God Ignore Us” Haunts Us But He is Always With Us

Ever felt God is ignoring you on purpose? Or that in the midst of your storm, He doesn’t show up?

Well, you’re not alone.

When contrary winds hit you hard from all sides, it looks like God has left us in the middle of our struggles.

But the truth is, God never ignores us.

If you feel God neglects you, here’s what you’re really missing.

As a Christian, it’s important...

to understand that God speaks to us through His Word.

The Word of God is not a book of astounding facts and stories. It’s neither a fairy tale nor the woo-woo stuff.

Bible is a living word of God that contains God’s mind and His will for our lives. That is why the Bible was given to us.

Return to the Word of God During Struggles

Why? Because that’s where you find answers to all your questions. That’s where you learn how to calm your storm.

Isaiah 55:11 it says, "so is my word that goes out from my mouth: It will not return to me empty, but will accomplish what I desire and achieve the purpose for which I sent it."

God’s word is…

totally sufficient for all our needs (Revelation 22:18-19)

authoritative to calm your storm (2 Timothy 3:16-17)

firm in the heavens so you get victory (Psalms 119:89)

meant to accomplish the good God has purposed for you (Isaiah 55:11)

pure and is a shield to those who put their trust in Him. (Proverbs 30:5-6)

The key is to read God’s word and take strength from it when life’s storm hit you hard.

Ready to Seek God Through His Word?

​God’s word was read daily in the temple. And the scripture says you are the temple of God.

Let God be your guide for your specific situation, struggles, and opportunities through His Word – the Bible.

How’s it possible?

Study the Word of God and memorize the verses using MemLok Mobile App. You’ll be able to internalize and retain God’s word at an astounding pace.

P.S. - The MemLok Mobile App is now available in five Bible versions.