Once we learn too trust God one time, it becomes easier to trust Him again and again.
I knew the Goliath roller coaster at Six Flags was fast and thrilling. I’d seen pictures and talked with friends who rode it. Then I rode it. It was everything my friends said it was. It screamed up and down and around those rails faster than I drive my car. I had to admit the […]
https://twitter.com/stevesaw/status/818510449142591488 Isn’t that just like us? We ask God, plead with God, beg God to do something for us., and we’re convinced He’s going to come through for us. Then, for no apparent reason to us, He shuts the door. Not with a resounding slam, but a gentle push. Then the latch clicks. We hear […]
If we “Let go and let God”, what must we let go OF?
In a seemingly impossible situation, whose ways are better? Ours? Or God’s?
What would happen if we all started believing God loves us and He accepts us just as we are?
What if we had an “obey pill” that would help us obey God in situations in which we must make tough choices?
I couldn’t do anything without Jesus.
Aren’t we grateful we don’t have trust issues with God?
Thank you, Jesus, that I can always trust you. I know that no matter what, you will always be there for me.
I was thinking about playing God recently when Marie and I were going through a wilderness valley and couldn’t see the end. We didn’t know what the outcome would be.
The slogan “Let Go And Let God” is a milestone for anyone recovering from addiction. It is probably the most difficult thing about the journey. The problem is our money-grubbing, “anything for a buck” culture has hijacked the slogan. It’s now fashionable to “wear” let go and let God.
Sometimes jumping off the deep end is the only way we learn how to trust.