What do you do when the change you hope to see in your circumstance isn’t showing up, after all said and done? When it seems like you’ve done everything you know how to do and yet, it still seems like God is silent or absent.
Well, based on my personal experience of God and what he’s done for me, here’s my honest advice to you in just 3 words: “Keep trusting God!”
You know why? He never fails, never wavers on his promises or even disappoint. I’m very confident in God’s ability to show up, to rescue and deliver those who rely and trust in him.
In Hebrew, the word trust actually has a root meaning that implies ‘to lean on’, ‘to feel safe’ or ‘to be confident’. This invariably means that trusting God is leaning on God, feeling safe with God or putting confidence in God.
“…just keep on trusting God.”
Isaiah chapter 26 verse 3, one of my very favourite scriptures say,
“You will keep perfectly peaceful the one whose mind remains focused on you, because he remains in you.” – (ISV)
If God rescued me from being jobless and sustained me with no support from any institution for two solid years. If he brought my daughter back to life from death at the point of birth and saved my son from being delivered through CS on the day scheduled for a Caesarean Operation. If he saved my wife and I from a terrible automobile accident where we came out unscratched from a car completely written-off. Then, I know he will come through for you, even in the nick of time, when you least expect.
“God is never late but always on time.”
God will do for you what he says he will do. Besides, he’s never late but always on time. He will raise you helpers of destiny when and where you least expect. Mind you, God will still be faithful no matter the circumstance:
“God will make this happen, for he who calls you is faithful.”
– 1 Thessalonian 5:23 (BSB)
So, don’t give up! When it looks like the center of your world is falling apart and no longer holding together…just keep on trusting God. For one intervention from God is capable of fixing many years of difficulty: whether in your finances, marriage, health, career, family, ministry or otherwise.