Trust God at all times

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We thank the Lord for this message from Sister Connie Keyohara! Connie’s daughter just got married! Congratulations and God Bless the Bride and Groom!

“Trust in him at all times, oh people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us.” 

Psalm 62:8

Sometimes in life things don’t always make sense. 

There have been days when things didn’t go the way I expected. 

I did not understand why or how things could get so confusing. Or be so out-of-order.

I have seen God come through for me in impossible “looking” situations during these difficult times. 

At the moments of bad reports, sad phone calls, negative situations or an angry person on the other end of the line, it doesn’t change God’s ability to redeem any situation. 

So, whenever things get tough, I need to be reminded that if God healed, delivered, restored and redeemed me in the past, He is certainly able to do it again. 

It is okay to pray and ask God for what we desire, but we shouldn’t place our faith in the outcome of that request. 

Trusting God is a process that can only be completed if you have a relationship with the Lord.

If you lack a relationship with Him, it will be next to impossible to trust him. You see, when you do not know someone well, you won’t  trust them to lead you. 

Once you’ve built a relationship, it’s easier to trust them. 

So it is with God, once you know him well, you’ll let him lead, guide and direct your path. 

During these tough times we’re facing, it’s imperative that we seek God to guide us through. 

You’ll be pulled in different directions and you’ll be told many different ways to deal with things. 

It’s Gods way that’s important though. Seek his Word to know what’s best. 

“The LORD is my strength and my shield; in him my heart trusts, and I am helped; my heart exults, and with my song I give thanks to him.”

Psalm 28:7

It isn’t very easy to trust God in the midst of our trials, but letting go of the need to control the situation or to panic instead of trusting God at the first sign of trouble, helps. 

It will become easier and easier when we begin to understand our roles. He is God and we are not! 

“Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the LORD our God.” 

Psalm 20:7

“He is not afraid of bad news; his heart is firm, trusting in the LORD.”

Psalm 112:7

No matter what lies ahead, it’s imperative we turn to God and not away from him. 

Trust him to lead you. 

Many Blessings, 

Connie 

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