If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it. God never gives you more than you can handle. God must think I am strong enough. These and other sayings like them are straight from this Bible verse. 1 Corinthians 10:13 "No test or temptation that comes your way is beyond the course of what others have had to face. All you need to remember is that God will never let you down; he’ll never let you be pushed past your limit; he’ll always be there to help you come through it." What does it all mean? While we are alive on the earth we will have to face struggles. Things that impact our lives. Some of these things will be harder for some of us than for others. Some of these things will be very difficult. For some of us that difficult road may seem endless. It isn't. It isn't when we remember that God will never let us down. He will be there to help us come through it. The only way to get through something that seems to be beating us up, is to get through it. Through it can be hard, but with God's help even the hardest difficulties can be overcome. We have to believe that even the most difficult valley can be turned into a mountain top of praise.
Does that mean that God lets these trials, tribulations and difficulties happen to us to see if we can handle it? Does He let bad things happen because He knows that we are strong enough to handle it? No, I don't believe that either of these things is true. I do, however, believe that God, Himself, is strong enough to handle anything that happens to any of us. Our part is to let Him. We have to let God, by depending on God. We have to trust Him with the difficult circumstances. We have to believe that He will be there to help us through it. We have to seek Him and search for His wisdom and truth and the knowledge that we need, so we can find our way through it. We have to get through it and we have to know that He is there with us. Right there in the middle of it. Helping us. We have to believe that God is there with us. In the before, in the during and in the after, God is always there. We have to know that, in the meantime, God is there. God is always there.