A trust habit is anything that causes us to have greater intimacy and trust in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Things have been challenging on my end. There has just been so much going on. Sometimes, we enter seasons of life that is like this. In this place, we learn how much we truly will trust in our Savior Jesus Christ.
There is plenty that I don’t know about life.
But, I think as I live in this new season of painfully experiencing life and relationship – being as close to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ – is the most important thing I can do.
Only He can comfort my soul the way it needs.
Only He can give me a peace that surpasses understanding.
Only He can give me strength to keep going. Because let’s be real, some days – the whole “keep going” thing is hard.
Staying as close as I can to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is how I will get through this.
Running to Jesus Christ is the best of all trust habits. And it could mean many things to many people. Which is why this series is so fun. There is just sooo much we can sit and discuss over a cup of tea in the comment section.
So as we get back into our “Trust Habits,” what helps you trust the Lord more when you are in the thick of life?
Right now, here are my “go to” things:
- Allowing myself to seriously just cry and cry.
- Allow the Lord to enter those moments of hardcore grief.
- Praying. Today, my prayer is for Him to literally just carry me. Everything is just so hard right now.
- Allowing myself to rest, not do.
- And lastly, I try to put on worship music each day. Lately, I have been enjoying the Kari Jobe station through Amazon Prime.
This is just me, being real right now. I know today isn’t Tuesday. And I have no idea when I will post this.
And I know, my family isn’t the only ones going through the thick of life right now.
I just think, I need to discover what it means to really develop habits that help me trust our Mighty God soooo much more than I am.
On Christ, the solid rock I stand, all other ground is sinking sand.Hymn: My Hope is Built on Nothing Else
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