Trust is a very powerful word. It’s something easier said than done. Relationships of all forms are destroyed without it. There’s nothing like not having a safety net, to see if you really trust God. When your back up plan crumbles and you only have faith left to stand on, it can determine if you truly trust God. Trusting God means trusting him with your actions and not just words. Why? because trust is a verb. Doubt destroys faith. It also limits what God can do. You can never please God without faith. The God we serve is too big to be put in a box! It’s easy to trust him when things are going great, but when life throws you a curve ball, can you still trust him? When the unexpected occurs and when the situation is out of your hands, can you still trust him? When God tells you a promise that you haven’t seen come to pass yet, do you still trust him? God is always true to his word and he is not a man who shall lie. Trust is demonstrated the most in the times of distress or in a trail. Just like your faith, your trust is priceless and it cannot be brought. If you put your trust in anything else, then you will become restless, disappointed and weary. Trust in him through the midst of the test. Do not worry about anything, neither be anxious for nothing, for he will always provide a way out no way. Give him your all. Trust in him for he will never leave you or forsake you.
It is written in 2 Corinthians 12:19 And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness.
We don’t deserve his grace or mercy yet, he still gives us another chance to get back up. There are times when we feel unworthy or even inadequate when walking in his calling. We look at all the reasons why we can’t. Allow God to lead each step of the way even when you must demonstrate the blind faith of Abraham.
Stop thinking about how you may not have the qualifications, experience, time, money and resources to do his will. He will always provide a way out of no way. Remember that you have everything you need, just allow him to guide the way. It is written in Proverbs 24:16, For a just man falleth seven times, and riseth up again. No matter what sins you have committed in the past, present, and future, please know that his grace is sufficient.
There is no sin that is too great that can separate you from his love. (Although we should not take his grace for granted, because there is time when grace runs out) It is written in Isaiah 1:18 Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.
Your hard work and devotion will not be wasted. Continue to strive for what you believe in. You shall have whatever you say. Speak it in existence for the power of life and death are in the tongue. Speak life over your dreams, plans, goals and inspirations. Remember God is not a man that shall lie. Neither has he forgotten about you. Don’t over calculate and analyze things, allow God to have full total control in directing your pathway. The road to righteousness is narrow, so is the road to success. Not too many people are willing to go through with the threat of failure and the pot holes in the road towards success. God timing is perfect. More precise than any man on this earth. Waiting is the most important part of the process. God will never put more on you than you can bear. Have you ever thought that maybe some things haven’t come to pass yet because you’re not ready. (Although we always think we are) We should appreciate these moments of waiting because it builds our strength, faith, and preparation. When the time comes for your season to arrive, you shall be ready. Whatever God has spoken, so shall it be. It shall come to pass.