“Commit your work to the Lord, then it will succeed.” Proverbs 16:3

Today’s Bible Text really comes down to one little word “trust”. It’s a challenge for many of us including myself to put our trust in God. Instead we often rely solely on ourselves for everything, which can have terrible consequences. Trust doesn’t always come easily; it can be really hard to trust something as big as our future and plans to God. This is what this verse is telling us to do. It’s saying to us to trust God with our plans, trust Him with our efforts, trust Him with everything. We can trust God with these things because He loves us and wants nothing but the best for us. He isn’t going to let us down like people may have done in our lives. He’s going to always be there to walk us through the challenges that life brings.

So stop focusing on the circumstances in your lives and start listening to the voice of our Heavenly Father. Lack of trust prevents us from listening to God’s counsel; however, when we choose to trust, listen to God, and follow His instructions, the path is easier because we know God is guiding us. 

Friends, trust is key to a beautiful relationship with God. When we trust God, our maker, we’re able to enjoy the life He has planned out for us. Life becomes so much easier when we place our trust in an all powerful, magnificent, ever present God!


Heavenly Father, thank you for this promise. Help us to completely trust in YOU alone. Help us to conquer any mountain placed before us in our lives. With You guiding we will have ultimate victory. We need You and we love You. In the mighty name of Jesus Christ..our High Priest..AMEN

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