Isaiah 30:21, Psalm 48:14, Isaiah 28:26
I trust the Lord to guide me in all ways, including…
When I first started this devotional book, the very first entry was “My Faith Grows Strong when I…” and I wrote:
Trusting my faith isn’t easy for me to do.
And when it came time to write this devotional I got stuck. Because I wanted to write about how I trust God to guide me in this and that way and the more I thought on it the more I realized, I really have this hard time trusting God to guide me.
The fleshy man is still strong than the spiritual man in me. I felt so discouraged by this train of thought, I just kind of froze with the devotional.
Now, I feel like a conundrum because I do trust God. I do. But to give a list of how feels impossible. It feels like maybe I don’t. And because other things were going on in my life. I just paused the devotional post. For that, I must apologize to any and all that read this.
So, I trust God to guide me in my path. While I am not always listening and following him and his directions. But I do trust that he has a path for me. That I have a destination, and the way my life goes will be guiding me to that place. I know that Heaven is the ultimate destination. But I also know he has a job for me to do while I’m on Earth and I believe that he’s leading me to that. Now much like GPS will recalculate if I miss a turn, I feel like God has to do that with me.
I trust God to keep me and my family safe. Even in bad situations, I know that he has a hedge of protection around us because I ask for one daily. I believe that he will have his hand on us in any situation. I know that even in the bad, he has a plan, that he’s going to see us through.
I trust God to teach me, educate me on how I should live. How I should treat others. I trust him to show me who to be as a person. How to handle difficult situations. How to be a good person.
Now that I’m over my freeze point. I’m aware of how much I really do trust God, but it’s still a learning curve with me. I’m still working on balancing the flesh with the spiritual. It’s not an easy journey, but it’s the one I’m on.
How do you trust God to guide you?