Do You Truly Trust God?

In times of uncertainty we often rush to “fix” things; to find answers to problems; solutions to life’s complexities. But if we jump out of fear to our feet, rather than fall to our knees, we leave God out of the situation that only He can apply the perfect remedy to and fix the problem once-and-for-all!

Brothers and Sisters trust God. He knew that problem was coming your way before it ever happened. If He can number the hairs on your head, know the second of your birth and date and moment of your death…why won’t you believe that He can guide you through your crisis, your marriage problems, your break-up, the loss of your Loved one, unemployment, your court problems, your sickness, your finances and all that this world throws your way. 

Faith IS the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen. Faith in God is Trust in God to keep His promises to us, no matter how bleak the outlook is. A lack of faith says to God that you don’t truly believe He can do what you ask Him to do. We must exercise our faith by turning our problems and enemies over to God and allow Him to be God and deal with our situations and enemies. 

Evidence of things not seen is simply total faith that God HAS done it. We don’t need to see, smell, hear, touch or taste that He has. If we need that proof, then we lack faith because we now say to God show me and then I’ll believe. 

Brothers and Sisters—believe! Just believe wholeheartedly that God did it for you. He will manifest His wondrous works with a sign in due season but first you must believe! Amen 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Published by mrsolakunleoluwole

A woman of God, wife, and mother just seeking His face and to do God’s Will while spreading The Word of God. My husband, Olakunle, who writes the blog “To God Be The Glory — Fellowship of Praise,” and I pray to be a blessing to the men and women of God who read the blogs, and through my witness, and sharing of God’s Word. Amen 🙏🏽

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