We live in a three story house–because big city living and houses are built up, not out. My son and husband love to play this game of “Trust” where AJ falls backwards down a few steps and Ahmet catches him. The deal is that you have to be relaxed and loose-no bending your knees, or trying to sit instead of falling. I don’t know about you, but this game has no appeal to me. None. But as I thought about the word “trust” this was the picture that came to mind. It seems like faith and trust go hand in hand. Aj trusts his dad will catch him, that he is strong enough to hold him, and that he is paying attention. Many of my steps (sometimes falls) of faith have been the same way. I trust God to be there, I know He is strong enough, and I know He is paying attention. I do not have to know the end of the story, or all the details, but just knowing God is there and that He is trustworthy, makes all the difference between a free fall into His will and plan, and one where my knees buckle and my arms reach out to catch me.
Psalm 29: 25 “The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe.”
“It is a safe thing to trust Him to fulfill the desires which He creates” Amy Carmichael
Hi! My name is Rachael and I am a child of God. I was saved from sin and all its bondage at the age of 21. I am married to an incredible man. He constantly challenges me to grow closer to my Saviour. We have three beautiful children that love the Lord. Currently, our family is preparing to go to Thailand as missionaries.