The Week That was

Trust in the LORD with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.

Proverbs 3:5-6 (NLT)

I made an intentional decision to trust and obey the Lord last week no matter what. I obeyed when He instructed me to travel home despite the fact that i was not financially ‘fit’.

I trusted Him when i overloaded my car with stuff i needed to take home even as the people assisting me to pack disapproved and doubted i would get home without a tyre burst.

I trusted Him despite having lost my jack at the mechanics and undertaking the ‘risky’ weight on. Got home without a problem.

I trusted Him when i chose to take a shortcut route to my home though i had never used it, knowing too well that the rains had pounded with a vengeance. I ignored the risk of a possibly impassable muddy road. He got me home safely.

I trusted Him when a daughter asked us to pray for her friend in hospital. She lost the battle but won in Him. Trusting Him, i know she is with Him.

I trusted Him knowing well that the guys working on my cabin would not be happy that i was not paying them before my departure. They did not raise a single complaint.

As we embarked on our return journey, i trusted Him when the car broke down, weightless now. He enabled us to keep it safely and get into a shuttle.

When we got into a standstill jam for exactly one hour, i trusted Him still. Eventually He ensured our safe arrival in Nairobi.

I learned once again that, He always has my back in whatever circumstance, good or bad. Actually all i need to do each hour of the day is to entrust myself and my plans with Him. He sorts everything out, perfectly! We may worry, have doubts, get hurt, but He always is with us and doing what is best for us.

Father, enable me to continue trusting You no matter what! Because i need You every hour Lord.

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