Well, Peter Marshall closes his sermon with some suggestions for those who have problems and who are willing to reach out with faith to Jesus. Let me quote you his words as he tells us how to handle our problems by faith. Enjoy and apply.
"First, give God a chance, Take your problem, whatever it may be, to Him in prayer. Tell Him all about it - just as if He didn't know a thing. In the telling be absolutely honest and sincere. Hold nothing back.
Our minds are sometimes shocked when we permit our hearts to spill over, but it is good for our souls when we do.
If we would only have the courage to take a good look at our motives for doing certain things, we might discover something about ourselves that would melt away our pride and soften our hearts so that God could do something with us and for us.
Then the second step is to believe that God will hear you. Remember that He heard the poor woman who only touched the hem of his garment. Believe with all your heart that he cares what happens to you. You must believe that. You can't doubt it when you look at the cross.
Next, you must be willing to wait patiently for the Lord. He does not answer every prayer on Sunday afternoon. You may have to wait until Friday. But wait. God is never in a hurry.
Then when He speaks to you - as He will - do what He tells you. He may not tell you audibly. You may not hear your voices - as did Joan of Arc. You may not see any writing in the sky and have any unusual experience. God could, if He wanted, send you messages in that way, but that is not His usual method.
It generally comes through your own conscience - a sort of growing conviction that such and such a course of action is the one He wants you to take. Or it may be given you in the advice of friends of sound judgment - those who love you most.
God speaks sometimes through our circumstances and guides us, closing doors as well as opening them.
He will let you know what you must do, and what you must be. He is waiting for you to touch Him. The hand of faith is enough. Your trembling fingers can reach Him as He passes. Reach out your faith - touch Him. He will not ask, "Who touched me?" He will know."