tumblr_llg2yh3CYv1qev0tfo1_500Last Saturday, I started to hear rumours and I was listening to them gather than what I knew for sure that God had told me. I was letting the “news” get me down. In a conversation with a friend I came to a place where I must trust God or people. 

My friend’s counsel was to, “Focus on ministry and God will take care of rumours and people who like to talk and to trust God to control the situation as we focus on ministering to the kids.” I chose God, because He is bigger. 

Two things came to my mind at that time. One is the song, “Why Should I Worry” by Billy Joel from the Disney movie Oliver and Company. You can listen to it here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuUQmkAzSZE 

The second was Matthew 6:33 which has long been my life verse and I needed to be reminded to come back to His kingdom and His righteousness and let the rest take care of itself. 

Be careful you don’t miss Mathew 6:34. Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.

1 thought on “A Crisis of Trust

  1. Our lives are full of distractions. Comments and opinions can distract anyone towards worry and anxiety. Today’s passage from YouVersion is Psalm 103 the Father’s steadfast love. Distractions come and go but his love (hesed) is everlasting.

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