TRUST IN HIM AT ALL TIMES

“Trust in Him AT ALL TIMES, you people; pour out your heart before Him; God is a refuge for us.” Psalm 62:8

The Psalmist David had an excellent basis for trusting God. He knew who God is and totally understood that He could be trusted AT ALL TIMES! Even though that seems so straightforward, (after all, who can’t understand those three words??) I realize – to my shame – that I’m not living the reality of trusting God AT ALL TIMES, for whatever reason. Trusting God AT ALL TIMES might look something like this acronym:

I can trust God in times of:
T              Trouble
R             Rest
U             Uncertainty
S              Suffering
T              Trials
I               Illness
N             Need
H             Health
I               Impatience
M            Mourning
A             Abundance
T              Temptation
A             Affliction
L              Loneliness
L              Laughter
T              Tears
I               Impossibilities
M            Mysteries
E              Expectation
S              Security

The list could go on and on…but this is a reminder to consider each situation I face, place it in God’s hand, and trust Him with it…AT ALL TIMES!

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5 Responses to TRUST IN HIM AT ALL TIMES

  1. Lilly says:

    Great post! Thanks. I needed this reminder; at all times! Lilly

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  2. Peg says:

    That’s not only neat, it’s ALL so true. Loved it. (and you.0

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  3. Janet says:

    me encanto!! a poner en practica la oracion para poder confiar en Dios en todo momento , desde Argentina muchos besos

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