Trust and rest. How are they related? In today’s post, Dr. Bengtson shares what she learned.
Are you circling round and round the same lesson, waiting to enter the Promised Land? Are there any areas in your life that are not wholly submitted to God?
At the beginning of the year, God gave me a phrase…boldly courageous. It sounded so exciting. Little did I know what it would entail.
There are times when life doesn’t make sense, when pain is great. Sometimes the hardest times require the greatest trust, even when we don’t understand.
Do you ever find it hard to trust God? A repeated proclamation over several days taught me a lesson in childlike delight and trusting God.
Scripture tells us God is the great “I Am.”
When I read this, for some reason I get a mental picture of the Wizard of Oz when he was exposed behind the curtain. The wizard felt threatened to be found out for not being one who had all the answers, but rather, an ordinary man as he proclaimed, “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!”
God, on the other hand, knows everything. In two small words, He proved His trustworthiness for whatever your situation.