“Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, lean not on your own understanding. In all of your ways, acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight.” Proverbs 3
I’ve been rolling this verse around my head a lot today as Ryan and I began our teaching on the DTS.
We’re teaching this week about making Jesus Lord – surrendering to him as Lord – and from my perspective the basis of that teaching is to first trust that he is good.
How can you give him your life and your future if you don’t believe he’s good? (And has the very best intentions for you.)
The amazing news is that as we trust him, he aligns our paths to him. We don’t have to struggle to find our way (or back to) somewhere on that one mysterious path that we lost. He just aligns us begining right where we already are.
A miraculous thing actually.
Funny how I preach on this stuff adn then am challenged by it all in the same day. Yeah, “funny”.
I’m certainly trusting God right now in new ways and new areas.
And I’m certainly not able to lean on my own understanding – because the understanding just isn’t there.
It’s a beautiful thing – knowing that I can depend on him and his care of my family.
Because certainly, he is good. And completely trust-worthy. And amazing.
So glad I can relax into him and that he’ll carry me even (especially) when I don’t understand.
Q for you: Trust is a weighty subject. Do you trust God? Or do you find it difficult? Why?
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