LYFE 365
 

LIVING YOUR FAITH EVERY DAY
FAITH SHOULD ENHANCE EVERY AREA OF YOUR LIFE
Confident Trust
Christine Norman
29
October
2015

With God the opposite of knowing is trust. We are not lacking answers we are building trust. Frustration, anger, and demands for knowledge often cloud the answers that follow solid trust and obedient surrender. Accept what God allows and trust His purposes to be revealed. God is equally concerned with the process and the outcome.


When my way is dark, I will trust.
When I don’t understand, I will trust.
When it seems too difficult, I will trust.
When consequences are closing in, I will trust.
When my desires are unmet, I will trust.
When I don’t know the road to take, I will trust.


I will trust the God of my salvation.
I will trust in His sufficient strength.
I will trust in His wisdom.
I will trust that all things are working for my good.
I will trust that hope will not disappoint.
I will trust that delay is not denial.


Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. (Proverbs 3:5, 6 KJVA)

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