Prov. 3:5-6

The requirement of trust is that you will have unanswered questions like Why, When, How???

Even when you are not receiving answers, will you still trust God?

God is trustworthy, it is His nature.

Trust is faith, having absolute confidence in God.

Ps 26:1; Heb 3:14 Trusting God firmly, tightly, not a loose trust, being faithful to the end. If you trust Him firmly you qualify to share ALL that belongs to Christ.

1 John 4:18; John 3:16 God loved us enough to give His ALL, Jesus. If you do not trust HIS love, you cannot trust HIS person.

Do you really believe that God loves you?

Rom 8:35-39 To trust God, you must trust His love.

Zeph 3:17 Our heavenly father loves us.

James 1:17 Trust in God’s goodness. God is good, He never changes!

Psa 34:10; Eph 2:10; Prov 3:5-6; Psa 139:16-17

God is a good God and has created you unto good works. Only good and perfect things come from Him, remind yourself of this truth when circumstances come to test your faith.

When it’s really painful, trust God in ALL because He sees it all and all things work together for your good.

Trust God in that circumstance, problem and seemingly impossible situation.

1 Cor 13:12; Isa 43:2

Always remember this; that despite the dark and cold day of crucifixion, there came a resurrection morning when Christ Jesus rose up and conquered death. Therefore, every named limitation known to you in the darkest night has an expiry date because assuredly, joy comes in the morning!

Take your eyes off the storm, focus on Him. Hold fast to HIS love and build your trust (faith) in HIM.

Isa 46:10

How do you build your trust in God?

You have to know HIM – through His word Rom 12:2

1 Cor 13:12, Rom 12:2 You can trust God when you change the way you think and begin to see how He sees and thinks.

Psa 40:4 You have joy when you trust God.

Our God is a good good Father.

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