Trust

 

Who do you trust? Why do you trust? Is that trust trustworthy? Do you trust under all circumstances? Under some circumstances? How do you decide? How do you develop trust? If that trust is broken, how do you respond? Can you be trusted? Always?

The heart is deceitful above all things
    and beyond cure.
    Who can understand it? Jeremiah 17:9

Of course, the above in Jeremiah is true. And most, in our previous condition, have experienced it’s truth. But for God’s grace we would still be in such condition.

“But God, who is rich in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved)…” Ephesians 2:4-5

Let us trust God’s heart,

where we cannot trace His hand!

YES! “But GOD!” Because of His great love for us, did not leave us in that condition. His mercy – His grace – He displayed His love in so gracious a way, we know we can trust Him in all ways. Even when we don’t fully understand all of His ways. Even when we don’t fully trust Him, He will remain faithful. It is okay to trust and obey as He leads the way.

Let us trust God’s heart,

where we cannot trace His hand!

He will not, no never, fail our trust.

 

 

Published by: G.W.

Eclectics in praise of the Savior. Renderings in prose and poetry, rhyme and free verse. More info available in 'About Me' in my 'Hiding in Plain Site.' There is a small square box with three little dots inside, on the upper right hand side of every blog posted page,at the right side of title banner. Click on those dots to take you to a "hidden" site page with more info provided by me, including "follow" button and "About me." (I didn't design this.It came as-is). Also, WP has a mandatory banner at the bottom of the screen about privacy and cookies policy that blocks the visibility of a "follow" button that pops up under a "close and accept' of the privacy agreement. You must click the 'close and accept' to see the follow button. Things are becoming more complicated to navigation with hidden activations and complex instructions.

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