Even though it can be one of our hardest quests, Trusting God is the most rewarding thing we can ever do. To trust God is to rely on His faithfulness.
When we trust someone, we do not question their guidance or their authority, but we rather find comfort in the knowledge of who they are. Trusting someone will also mean you believe them for what they say. It means you let go of all conditions, and you chose to find confidence in the subject of your trust.
The Bible instructs us to trust God in like manner. In proverbs 3:5, the Bible says that we must trust in the Lord with all our heart, and lean not to our own understanding. Without faith we can never trust God in this way. It is easier for us to trust the people we can see, than to trust God who we do not see. As a result, it requires our faithfulness in truly trusting God
You Must Know Who God Is
In order for us to trust God, we must have knowledge of who He is. The scriptures give us a very detailed description of God. God is Love, God is merciful, God is true, God is compassionate and God is all knowing. He is ever present, ever active and God is always in control.
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In Exodus 34:6-7, we learn about the way of our God. The verse reads ” And he passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, “The LORD, the LORD, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness.”
As we read and learn about God, the more we are able to trust Him. I have found out in my personal life, that the best way to trust God, is to walk with Him.
As we walk with God, we learn that He is true concerning the things He says about himself. We learn that God is love, that He is compassionate and that He comes through every time. When I look back at my own life, I can honestly say that there are hardly any unanswered prayers. God is very faithful concerning His Word.
As We Conclude
My encouragement is that we Trust God In The Midst Of What’s Going On. It might seem as if we are stuck, and we might be. Our lives may also seem to be falling apart. We should never trust our own sight because we often have short sight. However, we should trust God’s eternal eyes that see all thing at once.
We might see the situation but God is into the revelation. Often we feel the pain from life’s encounters but God is working out His power in us. As you go, have faith in the eternal God and trust Him no matter what. Be Blessed!