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Trust in the Lord Always

If we open our hearts to God in true repentance, asking for forgiveness of our sins, doing what is right in His eyes and trusting Him with everything we have, He will not forsake us. He will be our God forever, and He will give us everlasting life through Jesus Christ our savior.

“Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD GOD is an everlasting rock.”

(Isaiah 26:4)

This life is a vapor. In the blink of an eye, all of this will fade away. God has promised us, though, that He will remember us. He will raise us from the grave, give us the crown of glory for which we have desired, and we will reign with Him forever.

Even more so, we are to judge the angels. If we are to inherit such power, what manner of people ought we to be? Be kind toward one another. Give hope to brothers and sisters who bear sorrow in their heart. Show mercy always as the Lord has shown mercy to us.

When someone asks us of our hope, proclaim the good news of Christ’s life, death and resurrection and the coming kingdom, which will one day rain down from heaven as water pours from a cloud. Give hope to others and trust in the Lord always.

Author:

Jack Flacco is an author and the founder of Looking to God Ministries, an organization dedicated to spreading the Word of God through outreach programs, literature and preaching.

14 thoughts on “Trust in the Lord Always

  1. “Even more so, we are to judge the angels.” This always amazes me! Imagine we will be judging angels! WOW!
    What I gathered new from the verse in focus above is that we ought to trust God constantly and moreover eternally for He is everlasting. So its an eternal trusting process or moreover trusting Him forever…from now till eternity! ❤ Blessings brother! May God continue to use you! 🙂

    1. Blessings to you for trusting God always. He has things planned for us that will leave us in awe. All things have a reason, as the book of Revelation testifies. Be strong to the end. Our inheritance of eternal riches will be worth every trial we are experiencing. God bless you again, Tammy!

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