Perfect Timing 🌱 Day 3

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight. – Proverbs 3:5-6

When it comes to TRUST, remember, we’re talking about Total Reliance Upon Spiritual Timingnot just partial trust in the areas where we feel the odds are in our favor. We must become intentional when it comes to no longer trusting the wrong things like yourself, your experience, your intellect … You may be good, but God is great. God’s got a higher, wider, and more eternal view. This is a special time to trust God with your whole heart, especially the parts you’ve been holding back out of fear of fully letting go. Disbelief disrupts our destiny. We block miracles when we give God just a small piece versus all of us. It can seem scary. And that’s okay. God isn’t afraid of or turned off by your emotions or feelings. Instead, He wants you to bring those cares and worries to Him. Even in the midst of frustration, know that every detour and delay has been divinely orchestrated. Remember, God knows the ideal timing for you to arrive at your destination.

Tell me, where are YOU struggling with trusting God’s timing? What lesson do you think God is trying to teach you about patience, spiritual intimacy, and preparation? Where do you get stuck?

God, You are the One who created time. You are in control. You’re never behind, and I thank You that I am always exactly where I need to be to trust in, listen to, and follow You. AMEN.

100 Days of Believing Bigger by Marshawn Evans Daniels

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