This is how to hold onto God

Are you in a difficult season?

Are you feeling confused, afraid and don’t know what to do?

Have you been holding onto God as tight as you can?

Are you hoping that he’s noticed your situation and is coming to help?

Then click on the video and learn the most effective way to hold on.


How has God led you through difficult times in the past?  Just leave your testimony in the box below. It will encourage someone.

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4 comments on “This is how to hold onto God

  1. Jim calkins on

    Thanks Grant, that’s a great picture of a foundational understanding of our relationship with Our Father. My wife of 23 years is divorcing me so ya I’m seeing a lot of legs now.

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  2. MOSES ( Toronto ) on

    What a timely message…😁 I read this scripture yesterday:

    “But when he (Peter) saw [the effects of] the wind, he was frightened, and he began to sink, and he cried out, “Lord, save me!” Immediately Jesus extended His hand and caught him”…. (Matthew 14:30,31).
    It’s SO comforting to know that when I’m exhausted from dealing with both realities (physical/spiritual), I can actually relax knowing He is holding onto me. 😄

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  3. al on

    Very helpful message and image to hold on to especially when it’s tough. Thank you for the great illustration to help me get this more deeply.

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