God Helps Those Who Trust

GOD HELPS THOSE WHO TRUST

We need to trust the Lord.

Jeremiah 39:18  “As a reward for trusting me, I will preserve your life and keep you safe.”

We seem to feel more comfortable in trusting ourselves than in trusting the creator of the universe.

Psalm 28:7 He is my strength, my shield from every danger.  I trusted in Him, and He helped me.

Trusting God calls for FAITH. Faith is the thing that moves GOD.

IF GOD IS OUR HELPER, WE ARE HAPPY

The result of trusting God and Him helping us brings joy into our lives.

Psalm 28:7 He is my strength, my shield from every danger.  I trusted in Him, and He helped me.  Joy rises in my heart until I burst out in songs of praise to Him.

David knew this joy.

Psalm 146:5 But happy is the man who has the God of Jacob as his helper, whose hope is in the Lord his God.

Is God your helper or do you just help yourself along the path of life? There is a dimension in which we can know God as a helper throughout our lives.

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About Alive to God

We would like to help individuals who would love to experience more of God. The Bible tells us that we can be 'Alive to God'. For many Christians this has been an element that they have failed to enjoy. Enjoying God and His presence in our lives is something that we can 'know' and experience in our lives. For more information about Alive to God, please visit www.AliveToGod.com
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