Trust in the Lord

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By Rev. Dennis Van Gorp

Family Life Christian Center

Isaiah 31:1 speaks to us today saying, “Woe to those who rely on human strengths and resources instead of looking to God and seeking His help.”

No matter what the problem is that we face, God always has the answer.  His answers will bring healing and victory over circumstances.  Only He can smooth the rough spots in our life’s journey.

When things seemingly go wrong or upside down, we first tend to look toward ourselves, trying to figure out what happened and what to do.  We look for a reason, a place to put the blame.

Isaiah tells us that we are looking in the wrong place for understanding.  We are to look at and trust in the Lord.  Isaiah 26:12 tells us, “All that we have accomplished, the Lord has done for us.”

With all your heart, trust in Almighty God for success in life and victory over devastating circumstances.  He is waiting for you to ask Him for His loving help.  Do it now!

Dennis Van Gorp (31 Posts)

Dennis Van Gorp is a the pastor at Family Life Christian Center in Superior Arizona. The writes a pastor's column for the Superior Sun on a regular basis.


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