“And Jehoshaphat was ‘AFRAID’ and turned his attention to seek the LORD… we don’t Know what to Do BUT our Eyes are Upon You.”- {2 Chronicles 20:1-15}.


  1. Difficulties should lead us to God.
  2. Fear should be but a springboard to turn our attention towards God- and not paralyze us as though there is NO GOD and HE does not CARE
  3. “We don’t Know what to do…”– An acknowledgement of our own inadequacy… But we should not end there or FOCUS there BUT in confident faith along with Jeshosaphat should end with…

4.”…BUT our Eyes are Upon YOU.”- An acknowledgement of our DEPENDENCY upon the LORD…. who “works ALL things together for good to those who love Him and are called…” Including difficult time and times when fear would seek to dominate…{-Rom 8:28}

In Difficult times…Don’t know what to do? Follow Jehoshaphat’s example and end with the LORD. Too often we end with the problem or looking at our own lack of resource rather than ending the thought, the sentence, the problem with the LORD and we panic, become scared yield to anxiety which left unchecked will weigh the heart down-But a good word, a kind word— makes it glad “-{Prov 12:25.} “A good word,” would be God’s Word, His promises, Himself the focus…when you don’t know what to do realize and rejoice you are now afforded an opportunity to Look to Him in faith.

BEGIN THE SENTENCE WITH THE PROBLEM BY ALL MEANS, BUT END THE SENTENCE WITH THE LORD...”BUT OUR EYES ARE UPON YOU.” Look to the LORD…”The LORD is trustworthy in all He promises and faithful in All His ways”-Psalm 145:13

TAKE Courage
Talk to yourself the truth
Trust the LORD……He is trustworthy to ALL He promises

We do know what to Do… “But Our eyes are Upon You, LORD”