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Actually Trusting God

(Melissa Gabler)— As of late my meditation topic has been Trust.  You know: “reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.”   It should be a natural byproduct of being a believer. I thought so until God asked me if I trusted Him.  Of course… wait, do I?! That’s an answer I thought was sure at this point in my life.  The amazing thing is in that moment, trust made sense for the first time.  All of a sudden there was a relief in my core that I’m not sure I have ever felt.  Without Him saying a word, there was an understanding that actually trusting God meant to actually let go of needing to know the process of getting to an answer.  (MELISSA will be leading worship and speaking at Kingdom Congress March 6-8, 2019)
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Byproduct of a Believer

As of late my meditation topic has been Trust.  You know: “reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence.” (dictionary.com)  It should be a natural byproduct of being a believer. I thought so until God asked me if I trusted Him.  Of course… wait, do I?! That’s an answer I thought was sure at this point in my life.  The amazing thing is in that moment, trust made sense for the first time.  All of a sudden there was a relief in my core that I’m not sure I have ever felt.  Without Him saying a word, there was an understanding that actually trusting God meant to actually let go of needing to know the process of getting to an answer.  (This is the first excerpt from the article “Trustworthy” by Melissa Gabler in SEEC Magazine.)

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Releasing What You Have

Just because you do not communicate or give at the same level or in the same manner as other people, does not mean that you are to hold back what God has for you to release for others. In Jn.6:9 the little boy did not hold back his little lunch of loaves and fishes just because it wasn’t sufficient in the eyes of some. He didn’t withdraw saying, “This won’t do any good.” He released it and Jesus took the little and made it sufficient for many.  (Lk.16:10a, Amp) Jesus: “He who is faithful in a very little [thing] is faithful also in much…”  We are praying you discover daily that you are not holding back but offering your best for God’s highest good.   (Marty’s Daily Discovery as heard on TEXAS PRAISE RADIO at the bottom of the hour 24 hours/day. Click here to listen:  TEXAS PRAISE RADIO)

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