Strength is the way (Philippians 4:13; Luke 22:43). Getting more and more strength from God is the way to true security while we are still in this world and not yet in heaven. Because God is greater than any or all difficult circumstances or situations that we could ever face. No matter how many of them there are or how regularly they arise, no matter what our overall circumstances are at the time, having more and more strength from God within us is the way for us to overcome. God does not despise the weak they way a lot of strong people do. But when weak people and the (humanly) strong people humble themselves before God, keep asking God for strength (and help), and keep relying on God in faith, and get used to it, they are transformed inwardly and they become Christians that live in victory in spite of all the challenges. God is glorified in this! And this is how we get the help we need and we can help others to do the same. The weak people and the (humanly) strong people can all learn to have more and more of God’s strength and become strong. “let the weak say, I am strong” (Joel 3:10KJV) and let all believers say, “God is our refuge and strength” (Psalm 46:1), and “what can man do to me?” (Hebrews 13:6) and “If God is for us, who can be against us?” (Romans 8:31).
** Added note: (Technically, I’m a Missionary, I’ve been in charge of a Church and of different ministries before while abroad-and of some parts of Churches while in the USA. I have a calling to be a Pastor that does Missionary work, but I haven’t been ordained as a Pastor yet. Just being straightforward with everyone here because this section of the site says, “Pastor’s Blog”. I do currently communicate with Pastors who were in Christ before I was. Titles matter more to some people than to others and God directed that a system of Church leadership should be in place, so I am just letting people know (for those that care about such things) that I may not be doing things exactly the way they are done in some Church denominations, but I keep aiming to them within a Biblical framework. I think that if you accept the way other denominations are doing it, you should also accept the way I am doing it as well. Most Christians have no problems with a Missionary leading a Church while abroad, but they might have a problem with a Missionary doing that in the USA and getting ordained as a Pastor a little bit later along the way. If you accept one, you should accept the other. The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Lets be flexible (within a Biblical framework) so we can have a greater harvest.