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Trust God: Your Most Precious Shield

"Then Jesus said, 'Did I not tell you that if you believed, you would see the glory of God?'" - John 11:40.

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How frequently did you hear: Trust God, your faith will liberate you? You may think; how can I succeed? It is arduous. "Then Jesus said, 'Did I not tell you that if you believed, you would see the glory of God?'" - John 11:40. Although it is a rollercoaster, the adventure is worth it! Here are some proofs that can form a precious shield.

1. He has earned our trust

To believe is to believe. You must have complete faith that God is assisting and caring for you. He knows what is best for you, but you must completely trust him in order to accept what he has in store for you. Our faith is not foolish. Our God is trustworthy and just. Spend time reading the Bible. Understand God's promises. Your joy and willingness will grow as you learn more about God's disposition.

2. He is aware of it!

"But if you ask, believe and do not doubt, because those who doubt are like sea waves tossed and tossed by the wind."-James 1: 6

God is aware of everything we are experiencing now and will experience in the future. He knows how to handle any situation to achieve the best possible outcome, and we must trust him. We must follow in his footsteps.

3. He understands what he is doing

God has a clear vision for your life. He has a plan and a purpose for you. He knows who you'll marry, how many children you'll have, what kind of job you'll have, and every little detail of your life. He knows what you'll do and where you will be. Don't doubt his power because he knows everything and has a flawless plan.

3. With God, anything is possible

He is aware of your heart's desires. Give him your top priorities, and he will take care of them. If you find it difficult or impossible to achieve your objectives, remember that!

Everything is possible with God. He's got your back, and all you have to do is believe." 'If only you could'?" Jesus stated. "Anything is possible for whoever believes." - Mark 9: 23

Building and maintaining trust is, thus, rooted in faith. It also requires constant watering so that God’s words grow within you and manifest through your life events. Once your trust in God is well established, you will be ready to invest in creating and reinforcing trust in your personal and professional relationships. And now, are you ready for this adventure? Try to guess: What’s next? What about discovering the benefits of trust in the workplace in our upcoming article?

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