When will I get a break? When will something good happen to me?


Can you please relate? When was the last time you asked yourself, “When is something good going to happen to me?” or “When will I take a break?”

Was it as fresh for you as it is today?

Are you in a period of your life where nothing is going your way?

If so, you are not alone.

Today let’s tackle the problem when you ask: “When will something good happen to me?

When will I get a break? When will something good happen to me?

Life’s hardships can be suffocating, especially when there’s no end in sight. AND if we are not particularly careful, moments like these can drag us into a deep, dark, ugly abyss of depression.

We definitely don’t want this!

In my own life and in conversations with friends, we all had long periods where it seemed as if we struggled every day to stay physically or mentally afloat. We agreed that some days we might laugh at our circumstances, saying, “Gosh, we’re starting again.”

But the truth is, we’ve all often felt very frustrated saying, “No again, I can’t do it anymore! Please, never again! “

So if you’ve ever looked heavenward, begging God to leave you alone, I will repeat that you are not alone. Life is hard. And it’s not fair to everyone, whether you are a Christian or not.

But as Christians, what are we to do when we feel that life is constantly killing us?

👉 We are to always look at Jesus.

The more we look at GOD, the less we feel our problems. We can bring our burdens to Jesus’ feet, throwing all our cares upon Him (1 Peter 5: 7) and take upon Him His yoke, which is light (Matt. 11: 29-30).

It is about stopping to see the world with your own eyes, but seeing the world through HIM.

When we look at the world through His eyes, we can HAVE this peace, this peace, this patience because we are not afraid, we don’t move, we don’t slip, we are HOSTED by our Creator.

When we feel overwhelmed, we need simple reminders that can immediately focus us. But when we feel that we are sinking, we need a quick solution. So let’s talk more about how we can practically focus our eyes on Jesus that we can realistically weave into our lives.

It may not make sense to you, but trust me, if you haven’t already, it’s a wonderful habit to praise God for a start. And if you do, shrink down and push down even more.

Start looking for ways to thank God for your struggles and difficulties.

Yes, you heard me right. Instead of saying “Why me?” or wondering, “When will I get a break?” try to view your circumstances in terms of how they will strengthen your walk with God. Simply put, transform everything in a way that they could make you more like Christ.

This is just an example to help you get into the right attitude.

Let’s say you are dealing with a difficult neighbor. He or she always points out something negative about the lawn or the kids. Or maybe they just seem reckless, always throwing noisy parties until the early hours of the morning or blowing leaves on your backyard. Whatever it is, it looks like they have a mission to make you miserable.

Instead of rolling your eyes and complaining about your spouse or friends the next time they harass you, here’s an idea what you can tell yourself instead. Think of it as if you were saying a quick prayer under your breath while keeping an eye on your own affairs as you go about your daily activities …

“God, thank you for putting this person into my life. I praise you because you made them in your image. Help me see how I can learn from and serve this person. Take advantage of these difficult circumstances to conform me to the image of your son Jesus Christ. Amen.”

I know in my own life The LARGEST GROWTH times have been when I am under a lot of pressure from family members or people in my daily life. And this is our natural tendency to want to get out of the situation as best we can. but maybe that’s not what God wants. Maybe He uses all these things to perfect you, to make you a better Christian.

I can assure you that the growing seasons are painful and difficult. But when you look at them years later, you might be grateful that you went through them and even CHOOSE them again if you have the opportunity.

My ex-husband abandoned me and we went to live in a homeless shelter. It was the most difficult time in my life until then. I felt like nothing could get worse. I was so confused. “Lord, why are you going through this?” But years later I realized why and I’m glad I went through it. I wouldn’t trade it for anything.


Because God used it to draw my attention to Him and finally, after leaving the homeless shelter, I GIVE MY LIFE TO THE LORD !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙌😮💯

What * I * saw as this horrible thing God used to SAVE… MY… LIFE.

We need to stop seeing things with human eyes and see them as GOD sees them!

Life doesn’t just happen for a reason. God constantly shapes us, shapes us and conforms us to His image. He loves us very much. He wants a real relationship with us.

Let me ask you something. Are you closer to God when you are in the valley or at the top of the mountain?

It is clear that we are closer to Christ when we are in trouble, when we are in the valley, in a maze of things. Then we run more to Him.

If our little pain makes us return to Him, He will allow it… for OUR good. That we may return to the Father and have a constant, authentic, daily relationship with him.

  • Is he calling you back to Him right now? (Luke 15: 1-7)
  • Is he trying to show you that you can trust Him, that He will take care of you and your problems? (Matthew 11: 28-30)
  • Is he punishing you for an unrepentant sin that you cannot see? (Hebrews 12: 8)
  • Is He testing you so that you can prove to be a legitimate Christian in the watching world? (James 1: 3; Matthew 24: 12-14)

Coming back to the neighbor’s scenario. If you say such a quick prayer, your focus is directly on Jesus. Not to mention, you’ve rejected the temptation to whine and complain or wallow in your frustration. And you gave God glory and thanks, recognizing His sovereignty and the will of your life.

Always praise and thank Him for who He is and what He has done – and then ask Him to change you!

I bet you have someone in your life who can get on your nerves quickly. Imagine the last interaction with them that left you in a less than stellar mood. Mentally recreate the scenario, but this time rephrase it, focusing on Jesus. Practicing this new way of thinking will build your “spiritual muscles”, making it a faster reflex for you.

I don’t know when you will feel relieved from what weighs you down, but I know Him who has the power to take this burden off you. 🥰 By keeping your eyes and heart fixed on Himwhether your actual circumstances change or not, I believe you will feel lighter. And I guess that’s the crux of the matter. You can go through the biggest, most unpleasant storms in life and still praise and worship Godour Creator and friend.


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