Sunday, October 16, 2005



They were helped in fighting them, and God handed the Hagrites and all their allies over to them, because they cried out to him during the battle. He answered their prayers, because they trusted in him.

Beloved, GOD KNOWS ALL ABOUT IT! Yes, in life some rain must fall, some leaves must wither and die, and some flowers must fade. However, subsequent to the dark is the approach of light; a brand new day!
Relationships, marriages, occupations, the faith community have, on many levels, invited each of us to love more freely and to trust more deeply. However, human frailty often takes the center stage and causes TRUST to go into seclusion as trust becomes hurt.
Many of us have been bruised, hurt, and/or betrayed, not necessarily by those who are arms distance away, instead, by many of those who are the most intimate with us. While our concerns, challenges, aspirations, and those things that we hold most sacred may not rank as a priority on the minds and hearts of some of those with whom we are connected; nonetheless, they are, however, on the heart and mind of GOD! David tells us that GOD saves even our tears in a bottle. He reminds us to trust the LORD [Psalm 56: 3-4] "When I am afraid, I will trust in you. In God, whose word I praise, in God I trust; I will not be afraid. What can mortal man do to me?"
On any given day, we are inundated with an array of instances where TRUST has turned to mistrust. Despite this type of information, as a believer in he who is able to bless us beyond that which we could ever ask or imagine, we must and are required to TRUST GOD!
The spiritual journey is one that requires that we shed the garments of mistrust daily to allow ourselves the blessed opportunity to deepen our capacity to TRUST each new day! TRUST is anchored in faith! It would become increasingly difficult to develop spiritually without TRUST.

Thus, the question that might arise is: "What is trust?" TRUST is one's ability to take full assurance and confidence in the fact that because GOD is for you, who can be against you! TRUST is knowing that in both life and death, that GOD reigns and that his love consumes all! TRUST is acknowledging that despite the fact that numerous obstacles are distributed along your path and that you cannot see your way through, that GOD has the final answer which is your liberation, elevation, and victory! TRUST requires that you let go and that you allow yourself to fall into the loving hands of GOD who will always catch you! TRUST is triumph over experience!

TRUST is the triumphant revelation of understanding our spiritual transformation through JESUS CHRIST!


This Blog Reflection is dedicated to the memory and legacy of  3 phenomenal Clergymen of God who were Bulwarks of The Gospel Truth and Integrity and who exemplified what it met TRUST GOD no matter what the price!

The Late Dr. Reverend Vernon Nathaniel Dobson
The Late Dr. Reverend Richard Ishmael McKinney
The Late Reverend David Major

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