TopicDivine Intervention

  • Mon 2nd Dec 2019 - 11:12am

    Let's start with trust. Trust is difficult in any relationship. You won't feel Life Wisdom Matrix Review like growing a relationship if you don't think you can trust the other party involved. This holds true for our relationship with God as well. If you don't think you can trust that God has your best interests at heart, you will have trouble with your faith. But the great thing is that God doesn't expect us to trust blindly.

    He has given us plenty of examples through His word of His trustworthiness. He promised Abraham a son in his old age and He delivered. He promised to lead the Israelites out of Egypt and He did, with no shortage of miracles along the way. All we have to do is read through the Old Testament to see God over and over again proving His trustworthiness.

    And it doesn't stop in the Old Testament. Think about this. Would you trust someone who was willing to give up His own son in order for you to have life. That's what He did. He sent the ultimate proof that He is worthy of our trust by sending his son to die in our place. It is hard to grasp sometimes, but Jesus was a real, live, flesh and blood man that felt hunger, thirst, pain and all the other things we experience on a daily basis. Then He died a horrific, painful death just because He loved us and wants our trust. In John 14.1 Jesus tells us, Do not let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God; also trust in me. Take heart friends, He wouldn't command us to trust Him if He wasn't worthy of our trust.

    Knowledge of God's will for your life can also help deepen your relationship with Him. How does God provide us with that knowledge. He gives us His word. Literally. The Bible is full of instruction on how God's wants us to live our lives, and if we are the Christians we profess to be, we will seek this knowledge on a regular basis.

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