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Anzél Coetzee

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I pray for all angels to realize this message... And make a change. Amen One of the great mysteries and facts about our walk with God is that we rarely understand everything He is doing |mais

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Zella Feb 23, 2010

I pray for all angels to realize this message... And make a change. Amen One of the great mysteries and facts about our walk with God is that we rarely understand everything He is doing in our lives. If we always understood, we would have no need to trust Him. As believers we often find ourselves in places of not knowing, and we catch ourselves questioning God: "What does my future hold?" "Will I ever get married?" "What will my children be when they grow up?" "Will I have the provision I need in my old age?" We have to learn to trust God when we do not understand what is happening in our lives. and we need to become comfortable with unanswered questions. You and I may never know the answer we want when we want it, so we need to relax and get comfortable knowing and trusting God, the One Who does know.Without trust, it is impossible to enjoy today and be ready to face tomorrow with expectancy. Job, who had many reason to question God as he faced a staggering series of crises and losses, said, "though He slay me, yet will I wait for and trust Him" (Job 13:15). Job did not understand what was going on in his life, but he made the decision to trust God anyway. I believe that was the only way he could find peace in the midst of his terrible circumstances. Similarly, you and I will never have peace in our lives until we learn how to stop trying to figure everything out and how to start trusting God more. Proverbs 3:5, 6 says, "Learn on, trust in, and be confident in the Lord with all your heart and mind and do not rely on your own insight or understanding. In all your ways know, recognize, and acknowledge Him, and He will direct and make straight and plain your paths." Notice we are to trust in the Lord with all our hearts and minds. We cannot say with our mouths, "I trust God", and then allow our emotions to upset and our thoughts to run wild. We have to be diligent to maintain a steady, unwavering posture of faith and trust toward God in our hearts and minds. In your life, it will help to finally get really honest with yourself about whether or not you are truly trusting God, You have to face the truth that you if your warring, you are not really trusting God. Being honest about your level of faith actually may help you grow in faith and get where you need to be. If you are the kind of person who has to have everything figured out in order to settle down, let me encourage you today to accept the fact that you are not likely to receive all the answers you want in this lifetime. Choose to stop demanding explanations and to begin practicing trust. Instead of asking God why, tel Him you trust Him. This is part of how you can trust God in a practical way when you do not understand what is happening. There have been many times in my life when I wanted with all my heart to know why something was or was not happening, but I knew God wanted my trust not my questions. When you can only see one step ahead of you, but you would prefer to see the entire journey, take that one step and trust God to show you the next one. When you know God could supply a need for you without much effort at all, but His response is delayed, trust Him to answer you in His perfect timing. In Isaiah 55;8, God says; "For My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways My ways.". His thoughts and way are higher, better, and wiser than ours. He can see the end from the beginning, and he knows answers we cannot yet comprehend. We need to trust Him when we do not understand.