It is so easy to get caught up in the dreams and plans we have for ourselves. Psalms 37:4-7 encourages us to wait on the plans the Lord has for us. Today choose to #trust in the #Lord and see what He is able to do. #beblessed #wholelivinglarge

38 comments on “Trust and Wait ”

  1. It’s something that I really struggle with – trusting and waiting. I worry too much to just hang on and wait 🙂

    • Shann, I agree it is hard to trust there is a plan when life gets tough, but I have learned that worry has never done me much good. So I choose to do all I can and then surrender the rest to God.

  2. If it’s meant to be, God will always give it to you… at the right time! I so love this verse. Thanks for sharing some good vibes!

    • Elizabeth, I totally agree. I always say, “I would rather be uncomfortable in His will versus comfortable in my own.” Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

  3. A lesson I learned with my first born when all I could do was worry about SIDS (even though our household had no factors that could aid in SIDS). I learned to trust in God for he has a plan for every single life on this Earth and I learned to pray for the strength to trust Him. Because ultimately: God is good.
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    • I agree. There has been several times when I had to put it all in Gods’ hands. Your story reminds me of when I was carrying the triplets and was admitted to the hospital at 28 weeks for they were going to be delivered. There was nothing we could do. But God. I was on bedrest for three months in the hospital away from my husband and girls. But God, made a way, and the were born at 36 weeks and only stayed in the NICU for a week. I have learned to trust Him when there is nothing more I can do. Thank you for stopping by and sharing your story. 🙂

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