Trusting God actually means stop hanging onto the very things that have the potential to create both trouble and confusion into your lives. Trusting God means letting go of the things that we have no control over that are disturbing us, as well as stop clinging to the things that are hindering our faith by relying on the trustworthiness of His Word.
Trusting God almighty implies being willing to look beyond the very things that may become an obstacle to our ability to exercise faith in God on the ground of His promises.
Faith isn’t predicated on how we feel but on what the Word of God says in connection to whom He is, what He’s able to do, along with what He’s willing to do on behalf of us if we’re willing to trust Him while going through the storms of life. Thereby, what really moves God isn’t how we feel, how bad our circumstances are, and our needs but the type of faith we’re willing to exercise in Him regardless of how terrible our situations may be.
In this case, do not allow bad circumstances to hold your way of think hostage. Instead, let the Word of God decide how your should react to unpleasant life circumstances.
And Jesus said to him, “ ‘If You can?’ All things are possible to him who believes.” Immediately the boy’s father cried out and said, “I do believe; help my unbelief.” (Mark 9:23-24)
Whenever you’re facing a stressful situation in your life, such as the loss of your job or a large unexpected expense, you might feel as though you’ve been punched in the stomach. As you’re left to wonder what’s going on, you find yourself calling out to God, telling Him that you love Him and trust that He’s got it all under control.
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