Small faith trust God for what they can see… #bigfaith #trustgod #faithtrust

People of small faith trust God for what they can see. People of big faith trust God beyond what they can see.

How to Trust God Even When You Can’t See Him

Are You Struggling to Trust God Even When You Can’t Seem to See Him? 

We have all had times when we have struggled to trust God. We can’t see him, and everything in us questions if he is still on our side. 

Our strength lies in our weakness: Those times when we seem to doubt our trust in God are the most important times of our lives because that’s when we actually learn how to trust God.

Our faith grows in adversity!

How can I learn how to trust God when He seems to be far away?

When it comes to trusting God, it can be hard to know how to do it. Many people say they trust God, but when they don’t get their expected results, they become scared and doubt God’s goodness. 

But in the Bible, we see that God has never changed and has never failed to keep his promises.

It is written: “Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever” Hebrews 13:8.

Children of God should always remember that God is on their side when they are passing any hard time.

God has given us the Holy Spirit to guide us, and he has given us the scripture to help us understand how to live our lives during those difficult times. 

Has God forgotten us during bad times?

God has been good in the good times, but do we really trust that he is there for us during the thick storm? 

When our children are sick and suffering, when we’re unemployed and struggling to make ends meet when we’re facing a terminal illness ourselves? When we can’t see God at work, do we trust him?

Learning how to trust God is crucial and we must practice it.

God remains our fortress- present help in times of trouble. We’re so familiar with God’s loving acts that we need to be reminded often. 

Christians must keep in mind that we are to trust in the Lord and not in others.  We must always remember that God is a good God and that he is always there for us. God has been our provider; he provides us with everything we need and won’t fail to keep helping us. Trusting God in all situations is the means to have peace in troubled times

When you’re in a situation you can’t understand, it’s easy to become afraid and start to worry. You may ask God to provide, but you’re not sure if he will or if he’ll answer your prayers. 

When you’re faced with difficult situations, like the loss of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or a financial crisis, it’s hard to know how to react. 

If you’re like most people, you’ll try to deal with the situation with your own strength. 

Whether that means ignoring the problem, hoping it goes away or trying to fix it yourself, you’ll find yourself frustrated and disappointed. If you’re not careful, you may even stop trusting God.

Find the good in the evil during the bad times. How to trust God in the dark hours

When you are in the midst of a hard time, it can feel like you are all alone. People surround you, but it feels like they are so far away. It is easy to get caught up in the “why me?” mentality, but this is not the way a Christian

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