Trust

I love this Bible verse—Whoever can be trusted with very little can also be trusted with much, and whoever is dishonest with very little will also be dishonest with much
(Luke 16:10). Some think this just applies to what God gives us in life and using it wisely. But it applies to everything. If someone can be trusted with very little, whatever that is, they can be trusted with a lot. Can’t be trusted with a little, watch out if you trust that person with anything!

God trusts each of us with anything/everything. He gives us all individual talents, whatever they may be, and expects us—trust us—to use those talents wisely. If we can make the most of whatever we believe God has given to us, how can we ask for more? If we can’t be trusted with a little (if that’s what we think we have—a little), how can we be trusted with more. Think about it!

Think about who you trust in your life; and who you don’t trust. Then, think about if you think God trusts you. He does because that’s tied to God’s unconditional love for us. But if you were in God’s almighty shoes would you trust you? Interesting life reflection.

Have an AMAZING day! Especially since every day should be AMAZING!!!

Falling Back to God

There’s that game of trust where you stand in front of someone with your back to them and fall backwards—trusting they will catch you. It takes a lot of trust to just fall back. Will the person catch you or will you fall flat on you back with your head bouncing off the floor. Trust—it’s tough to have in a situation like that.

I’m here to tell you that God always has your back. Fall backwards to Him and He will always catch you. You simply have to trust in God. Sound too easy? Well, it is too easy. Simply say, “God, please catch me.” And He will. Every time. Simple.

When we feel like we are falling in life it’s best to fall into God’s infinite arms. Simply let yourself go. Let go; let God!

I know, I know. This sounds too easy. That is exactly the point.

I trust in you, O Lord; I say, “You are my God.” My times are in your hand. Psalm 31:14-15 

Fall back. Trust. New possibilities will open up to you. Trust me. No, trust God!

And have a GREAT day!