Trust in God, don’t worry, think about what you’re thinking about, and maintain peace in your heart no matter what is going on in your life!
We can trust God so much that we can say, “Even though I don’t like this, I’m gonna believe that whatever’s going on in my life right now is going to eventually work out for good. I want to be a better person when I come out of this than I was when I went into it.”
When God leads you to step out in an area to do something new, you may (or probably will) feel fear. However, if you’re sure God told you to do it, put your trust in Him and go forward.
You can trust that God is working on His plan for your life; He is preparing it for you and you for it. His plan may not arrive on your schedule, but your dream is on its way. Simply take a seat (believe in Him, enjoy His rest), and He will call your name when the timing is just right.
Let me remind you today, God has you in the palm of His hand. You may be going through a terrible time right now, but there is a new level of God’s favor waiting for you beyond it. That obstacle isn’t there to deter you; it’s there to help you grow. Let patience have its perfect work.
Trust that God is faithful to His promises. Speak faith over your circumstances. Declare His goodness and faithfulness. You can rest assured that He is fighting your battles and working behind the scenes on your behalf.
Don’t give up because with faith and patience, it’s just a matter of time before you see His promises come to pass!
We can choose to cling to hurt and let it destroy our day-to-day happiness and poison our future, or we can choose to release the hurt and trust God to make it up to us.
God promises that living a life of fearlessness and freedom is not only possible, but a natural outflow of the interaction between His goodness and grace and our attitudes and actions. Choosing to believe this promise is the first very important step to living the life you want to live.
God is placing great opportunities in your life…pause and appreciate them. As you choose to enjoy the journey, your life will be much more rewarding and fulfilling.
We can be thankful that God loves us and chooses to make His home in us. This choice is not based on any good deeds we have done or every could do, but solely on the grace, mercy, power, and love of God.
God is our vindicator. When people do wrong things to us, we can trust God to vindicate us.
Psalm 26:1, “Vindicate me, O Lord, for I have walked in integrity.”