More than likely, you have heard this statement used at one time or another. Usually, it is used as a response to a situation that someone may not want to be dealing with. It usually indicates a sign of surrender or a nonchalant acceptance of a challenging circumstance. It seems to be a quick way out.
I remembered when I was teaching a Sunday school class, I made this very statement and to my surprise, just about half the class gave a sigh of relief as if it was the answer they were all looking for to explain how they felt.
However, it does not have to be this way. Remember, the words we speak have power and life, and can change any situation. We do not have to give up or take on a nonchalant attitude because the Greater One lives within us! If there is a situation you need to overcome, speak God’s word. Take it to God in prayer, have faith and God will reveal His wisdom for that situation.
Be Uplifted! Be Encouraged! Be Inspired!