God has a plan to help us reach our true potential. His plan is comprehensive and takes into account many things that we cannot now see. We have to trust Him to lead us when the fog is too thick. God always keeps His promises. He may not give us everything we want, but He always gives us what we need in the end. Trust requires us to wait to understand how difficulties are helping us. Trust requires us to be flexible and accepting of new plans and opportunities that are placed before us.
Corrie Ten Boom
Talking About Grief & Loss
How does Trusting God help you better deal with Grief and Loss?
Today we will be discussing how understanding our relationship with God and His purpose for us can be a foundation in helping us deal with difficult trials. We will cover how to discover what God’s will is and how that can help you to move forward and do difficult things even when you may feel panicked and overwhelmed.
From the Editors Desk
“Trust God and believe in good things to come.”
Jeffrey R. Holland recalls his days as a poor young father with a broken-down family car and testifies that for those who embrace the gospel of Jesus Christ, there are better days and good things to come.
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