Proverbs 3:5-6 says, Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your paths.
Life is not predictable. Along the way, there are ups and downs. Many of us desire to put our faith in God. It’s easier when things are going well. It is much more crucial to trust God when things are difficult. God’s unchanging character can give us a firm foundation when things feel unsteady and uncertain.
Trusting God is simply believing that He loves you and knowing He’s good, He has the power to help you, and He wants to help you.
God want for us to prioritize Him in our lives. He wants us to have complete faith and trust in Him at all times and in all situations.
Trust in God, don’t worry, think on what you’re thinking about, and keep your heart at rest no matter what is going on in your life. God is unconcerned about what you lack. He wants you to know that with Him, you can do anything.
Jesus Himself felt overwhelmed by what was before Him, and He went straight to His Father.
God sees everything that happens to you. He knows all He has protected you from. He is your source of protection. It is not easy, but you can be free to be joyful and praise Him with gratefulness for this truth, even when things are difficult.
God is always with you no matter what you face. He doesn’t tell you to be brave in your own abilities. Take heart in the knowledge that He is with you and that He is powerful.
God is with you and able to give you strength no matter what you go through. He doesn’t guarantee that you won’t confront challenges or be afraid. He does promise that He will be with you and will be able to help you get through it.
Trust in God will increase your confidence in approaching Him. He has always been faithful. What God says is true and you put your trust in Jesus, you have eternal life. That promise is where your confidence and trust come from.
Life is full of the unexpected, good and bad. God is trustworthy in all situations. His Word is a means for Him to explain everything He wants you to know about life. Investigate His promises in His Word.
Life is simple and peaceful when we come to God like little children and say, “God, I don’t want to live on my own. I want to trust You. When I don’t know what to do, I’ll trust You. When I don’t understand why, I’ll trust You. I’ll do my part with Your help, and when I’m done, I’ll trust You to do the rest. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.”