Perhaps you are overwhelmed with the situations in your life right now. Maybe you are overwhelmed by family caregiving responsibilities, or perhaps there is another trial which is weighing you down. Maybe you are simply burdened with your own sins and failures. In life situations like this your needs and sins placed at His feet is the very thing that attracts God's love to you.
Ruth Meyers says this in her book, The Satisfied Life, "What qualifies you to receive God's love? We qualify simply because we need it. She then quotes C.S. Lewis who wrote this, "Our whole being, by its very nature, is one vast need, incomplete, preparatory. empty yet cluttered, crying out to Him who can untie things that are now knotted together and tie up things that are still dangling loose."
Jesus took upon Himself the horrors of punishment for all His people's sins past, present, and future. If we are a child of God, can we not now then trust Him with all our needs and heartaches? God's very heart is to love us as His children. Instead of running around fretting and worrying when a new trial arises, should we not instead run to Him? Should we not instead just bask in and enjoy His love? Trials are never easy, but He tells us to run to Him and rest in Him (Matthew 11:28-30)
Dane Ortlund says this in the epilogue of his book, Gentle and Lowly, "Whatever is crumbling all around you in your life, wherever you feel stuck, this remains, undeflectable; His heart for you, the real you, is gentle and lowly. So go to Him. That place in your life where you feel most defeated, He is there; He lives there, right there, and His heart for you, not on the other side of it but in the darkness is gentle and lowly. Your anguish is His home. Go to Him."
The Lord will be faithful to the end of your trials, each and everyone of them. He will also be faithful to the end of your life and take you to live with Him in Heaven, if you are His child. That is how great and enduring is His love for you as His child. Dane Ortlund says this also in his book, "Heaven, once attained, will work backwards and turn even that agony into glory.---In the coming age we will descend ever deeper into God's grace in kindness, into His very heart---"