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Breaktime: Why Trust?

Why Trust?
23 But you, God, will bring down the wicked into the pit of decay; the bloodthirsty and deceitful will not live out half their days. But as for me, I trust in you. Psalm 55:23

David even brings the wicked to God, knowing He will bring justice, and certainly God will protect him. The most significant practice David had is allowing his concerns to become God’s burdens. David found his heart before God with all his uncertainties. David trusted in God with all his heartaches.

Friends now more than ever, we need to place our trust in something greater than ourselves. We may have tried to figure life out alone, but found the evil of life is higher than what we can discern. All around, it may seem like evil is trying to win and create fear and stress in our lives. It may not be a physical onslaught like David was experiencing, but indeed, it is the enemy of the heart.

Let us learn the secret of turning our eyes and heart towards God and find life’s answers. We will have the enemy all around, but God is greater than our enemy. God’s request is for us to turn towards Him. Today, He may be trying to take a burden from you, but you are confident you have it.

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Breaktime Bible Study: Why Trust

  1. Read Today’s Breaktime
  • Review Scripture

23 But you, God, will bring down the wicked into the pit of decay; the bloodthirsty and deceitful will not live out half their days. But as for me, I trust in you. Psalm 55:23


    3.Answer These Questions:

What is David sure of in his passage?

What is David doing?

What do you know God is doing with the evil around you?

How are you trusting God?

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