Trust

Something that is being hammered home with me right now is the imperative need to trust. Not in the things that are passing, however solid and reliable they seem right now, but in the only certain Rock of our salvation.

Don’t let me do the talking though, let God speak through the Bible:

Proverbs 3

5 Trust in the LORD with all your heart
and lean not on your own understanding;

6 in all your ways acknowledge him,
and he will make your paths straight.

Listen to these words, hear them and hold to them.

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8 Responses to Trust

  1. mrsfalstaff says:

    I needed to hear that today.

  2. Wendy says:

    Peter,

    Thank you

    Wishing you and your Family a Blessed Christmas

  3. Bosco Peters says:

    “In Mary God has grown small to make us great.”
    St. Ephrem (d. 373)

    Christmas blessings from one Anglican blog to another
    Bosco Peters
    http://www.liturgy.co.nz

  4. Peter says:

    You are most welcome.

    Blessings!

    Peter

  5. faithwalk says:

    Amen! may we ever trusts in He who is eternal; for all around that we see will soon pass away…
    I pray all is well with you Peter, and the entire Lillington family! May the LORD direct your every step, and may His vision increase within your heart with clarity and purpose.
    Satan would sift you as wheat, but you can trust in Jesus who is greater than the evil one. You WILL by Gods grace, arise victorious, overcoming every scheme of the enemy!

    Pick up your sword Peter, and fight for the Fathers will and call on your life to be fulfilled! I’m praying for you still. We will prevail, for the sake of the Kingdom we will.

    Blessings abundant to you in Jesus love and grace,

    Susan

  6. Peter says:

    Thank you Susan! Prayers are much needed and valued. May God richly and deeply bless you and yours this Christmas season. We’ll need to be emailing come the new year, I think.

  7. timbob says:

    Greetings. I love II Corinthians 4:17-18 which puts it into peraspective. This world is so fleeting, despite the appearance of solidity. Our hope is in Jesus Christ who is from everlasting, to everlasting, and changes not.

    Have a blessed new year in Jesus.

    Timbob

  8. Peter says:

    Just as you say Timbob. Blessings on you and yours too!

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