Have you taken a moment to contemplate supernatural?
su·per·nat·u·ral ˌsü-pər-ˈna-chə-rəl -ˈnach-rəl
1 Of or relating to an order of existence beyond the visible observable universe
especially : of or relating to God or a god, demigod, spirit, or devil
2 a: Departing from what is usual or normal especially so as to appear to transcend the laws of nature
b: Attributed to an invisible agent (such as a ghost or spirit)
Elijah was suicidal.
Job wished he was never born.
David was depressed and had an affair.
Moses was anxious.
Hannah was barren.
Paul was in prison.
Jacob was a cheater.
Peter had a temper.
Noah got drunk.
Jonah ran away from God.
Paul was a murderer.
Gideon was insecure.
Miriam was a gossip.
Martha was a nervous wreck.
Thomas was a doubter.
Sarah was impatient.
Moses had a speech impediment.
Zaccheus was short.
Abraham was old.
Lazarus was dead.
But God set them free. He used their struggles and turned them into testimony. God can turn your worst season around when you choose to worship Him in the middle of the storm. Turn your eyes upon Jesus and away from darkness. Choose life over death.
Worship is a choice.
You have to choose to worship despite feeling hopeless.
You have to choose to see God as bigger than your suffering.
Your worship magnifies God far above your present situation.
In His “emptying”, Jesus did not lose any of His divinity but rather a temporary setting aside or restricted use of His divine attributes. By stepping down from His Heavenly Throne, Jesus took the form of a servant in this world and experiencing the same limitations and sufferings we do.
God does not call the qualified. He qualifies the called.