I dont deserve you in dating

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You don’t understand what’s happening in your life; what to do or where to go. Here are 4 things to remember about trusting God when you don’t understand: Who else can say that but God? God knows everything: the past, current and future and our knowledge and understanding doesn’t even compare to the knowledge and understanding of God – even when it applies to our own life.The only thing you know is that the Lord gave you a word (instruction, a promise, vision, etc) and the only thing you have to hold on to is that word. Furthermore, when you don’t understand what God is doing in your life, consider the source – Who is it that you’re trusting; God or yourself? Man is fallible; we fall short and at times we’re unable to keep our promises.As Christians, we must make a decision to trust God regardless of how scary the situation may seem.Trusting God doesn’t prevent you from being in uncomfortable situations but it does allow you to be placed in a position where you seek the Lord’s presence, provisions, guidance and promises.If God is with you – the same God who spoke life into you, the same God who IS and knows the beginning and the end, the same God who knew you before the foundation of this world -is with you, then ask yourself who or WHAT can stand against you.

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Right now, I make a decision to trust you Lord because I know that you’re in control of my life even when my life seems to be out of control.

The next time you find yourself in a position where you are stressed and worried about what God is doing in your life, remember to: Heavenly Father, I ask that you place within me your obedient spirit so that I may be obedient to your instruction. I don’t understand what you’re doing in my life, but I make a decision to trust you God.

In this season, I ask that you place within me your spirit of joy, peace and rest.

It’s easy to say, “I trust you Lord with everything I own” when bills are paid on time and when you just got a promotion at work.

However, if God striped you of everything you own; If God told you to leave the very job that’s paying your bills, will you trust the Lord enough to do it?

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