Psalms 125:1 (KJV) They that trust in the LORD shall be as mount Zion, which cannot be removed, but abideth for ever.
The witches in Dare’s community had concluded that they were going to destroy him completely. They had hatched a wicked plan that they believed could not fail. They first wanted to destroy his business, collapse his faith through the trials of his business, then cause him to fall into immorality, and then destroy his marriage. Dare didn’t know anything about these plans, but what he had going for him was that he truly trusted in the Lord.
When the storm started and his business was experiencing real turbulence, he went to the Lord in prayer, and he received a word from the Lord that all would be well. This assurance made him unmovable and his faith did not fail despite the trials. Because his faith did not fail as the witches had planned, all the other components of their plan failed. After a few months, his business was restored and even bigger. His marriage was stronger and not weaker because at that time his business was facing challenges, his wife supported him so much that he now trusted and loved her so much more.
Dare’s secret was that he trusted in the Lord, so when the trials could have shaken him so much that his faith would fail, he was unmovable and even became stronger.
Do you trust in the Lord? Is God’s word concerning a situation that is troubling you enough? Or do you still need “assurances”?
Go into today remembering that the way to build your trust in the Lord is to allow the word of God to be the final authority in your life. Determine to be a person of truth in all you do. This is the easiest way to reprogram your heart to trust God.
Yearly Bible: Proverbs 31
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