CAN GOD TRUST YOU?
Can God Trust You?
“But Job replied, You talk like a foolish woman. Should we accept only good things from the hand of God and never anything bad? So In all this, Job said nothing wrong.” Job 2:10 (NLT)
The story of Job has so many lessons for the children of God today. It clearly shows that a child of God can go through many trials due to their faith in God, not as a result of a sin they have committed. God could trust Job to the extent that He boasted about him before the devil (Job 1:8).
The devil took this challenge and afflicted Job, intending to make him sin against God. He even used his wife against him, but Job didn’t sin against God. Dear beloved, can God trust you? Our relationship with God is reciprocal. In as much as God is trustworthy, He also wants us to be trustworthy.
We all believe in God because of His trustworthiness; whatever He says He will do, He will do it (Jeremiah 32:27). Since God trusts Himself, He is looking for people He can trust and walk with to fulfill His will and purpose.
If God begins to trust you, there will be no limit to the resources and assignments He will commit to you.
When He trusted David, He committed the throne of Israel to Him and promised to prolong and make it eternal. This was fulfilled in Jesus Christ and He was called the Son of David (Matthew 1:1).
Beloved, God will trust you when you remain faithful to Him. Never turn away from Him or comprise your relationship with Him when life becomes difficult or when you begin to taste the blessings of God, and He will be available to assist you. In the end, Job was blessed with twice of everything he lost to the glory of God (Job 42:12–17). Hallelujah! Be faithful!
Prayer Point: Dear heavenly Father, Your Word is sweeter than honey and the honeycomb. I love it. Please lead me to always be faithful to You, especially in trying times, so that You can trust me and use me to fulfill Your will and purposes in Jesus’ name. Amen!
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