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  • Writer's pictureDavid and Marilynn Chadwick

My Personal God - My Trust

The eternal God of the universe wants to be your close, personal friend. He longs to be your Shepherd. Your Helper. Your Hope. To become your personal God.

Who in your life do you trust the most? A spouse? Friend? Parent? Sibling? God wants you to trust Him the most. Why? Because He is for you. He cares about you, and always provides what’s best for you.

King David called God, “my trust” (Psalm 71:5). David leaned on the Lord. Depended on Him at all times. From David’s youth until the end of his life, David put his trust and confidence firstand foremost in God. He trusted in the Lord with all his heart and did not lean on his own understanding (Proverbs 3:5-6).

Do you put your trust in God? Or in people? Do you turn to God in prayer and leave the outcome solely in His hands? Or do you try to control circumstances outside your control?

Your Daddy in heaven wants you to trust Him with all areas of your life. And all means all. Every single tiny creation and situation in the universe is under the authority of the Creator of all.

Put your trust in God today. Believe He is there for you - at all times and in all situations. Pray to Him now: “Daddy, thank You for loving me. Thank You for being my Trust. I never have to worry because You promise that You will never leave me or forsake me! I trust You to be with me until the end of the age.”

Trust God with everything in your life.

God is my personal Trust.

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