Posted by: Pure Glory | 05/05/2020

Trust Yahweh

by Hazel Straub

Today, the challenge confronts us to trust in Yahweh, no matter how difficult we find our circumstances. He calls us by name and invites us turn aside and concentrate on his love for us. To lean and rely on Yahweh for strength, allowing him to carry us and all our burdens.

No longer full of pride, stubbornness and foolishly independent of him. Our soul wounds and restrictions cause us use his help and support, as we go and grow through the difficulties that face us. Yielding to him brings abundant life, fully dependent and trusting in his love.

“Yahweh is my rock, and my fortress, my deliverer, my God, my strength, in whom I trust (lean on).” (Psalm 18:2)

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  1. Psalm 23 came to my mind as I was reading your post today.

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    • Peter, Psalm 23 also fits. The Lord is our Shepherd and he is with us in all circumstances. It is his presence that helps us through all the difficulties.

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  2. thank you Pure Glory!
    God is our Help and Stay, our Sun and Shield, our Protection and Provision, our Source of grace and glory! thank you Jesus!!!

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  3. Amen!!!! And 2020 has been full of challenges-before Covid! Thankfully we don’t live in fear and He keeps us grounded!

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    • Yes! Yahweh never leaves or forsakes us!


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