Tag Archives: Trusting God

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Today’s Quote on Pain

“We can’t change the past, but we can allow God’s truths to change our hearts, and in turn, change our future by embracing God’s promise that He will never waste our pain.”  ~Tracie Miles

Scripture for Reflection: Romans 8:28-39

Today’s Quote on Trust

“Diminished faith begins not with circumstances but with our thinking and focus. Therefore, if we want to increase our trust in God, we mus fill our minds with the truth of Scripture, remember our Father’s faithfulness to us in the past, and look for His hand working in our present situation. When our minds are renewed, our faith will be also.”  ~  Dr. Charles Stanley

Scripture for Reflection: Matthew 6:25-34

Today’s Quote on Trials

“We may feel the wear and tear of our trials, but the joy of Jesus in us can continue to grow in spite of those challenges. Our knowledge of Him – His power at work in our lives – is the treasure stored in our frail clay bodies. We can flourish in the face of hardship because of His power at work within us.”  ~ Kirsten Holmberg

Scripture for Reflection: II Corinthians 4:7-18

Today’s Quote on Patience

“Patience is a matter of trust in God. Are you willing to release your expectations for both the small and large events in your life? Can you acknowledge that the Lord’s timing is more trustworthy than your own? If so, you’re on your way to being a truly patient person.”  ~ Dr. Charles Stanley

Scripture for Reflection: Philippians 4:4-7

Today’s Quote on Trials

“We can take comfort that the Lord is our strength to help us endure suffering and will also use the most challenging of life’s journeys to deepen our fellowship with Christ.” ~ Lisa Samra

Scripture for Reflection: II Corinthians 12:9-10

Today’s Quote on Patience

“The spiritual fruit of patience allows us to say, I am willing to let go of immediate gratification and wait for the Lord to supply. It’s an inner quietness and trust that comes from God alone. This doesn’t mean we’ll never feel pressure or stress, but when we release our expectations to the Lord, He will calm our heart and mind.”  ~ Dr. Charles Stanley

Scripture for Reflection: Philippians 4:4-7