In the middle of what felt like the end of all that I had hoped for, He asked me to believe that the broken pieces could one day be a masterpiece.
When my plans fail, He reminds me that I know His plans are perfect.
When the fears and unknowns of the future feel overwhelming and dark, He asks me trust that He is still Jehovah Jireh.
When I think I need answers, when I think that I must know it all know, He asks me to wait. To trust.
Trust or fear-the choice is mine.
But patiently and gently, using the moments of this life is an opportunity to teach me what it means to really trust Him.