Trusting God

 

Journey of FaithHow many times have you been asked to go somewhere and then you started asking questions before you decided you would go? Well, Rebekah did go and so did Isaiah. They both said in their own way, I will go and said it without hesitation, which is absolutely remarkable.

Rebekah (Genesis 24:58) KJV And they called Rebekah and said unto her, wilt thou go with this man? And she said, I will go.

A little background on the story, Abraham sent his servant to find a wife for his son Isaac and God lead the servant to Rebekah and with the family’s blessing she went with the servant. She didn’t appear to fear rejection or fear the unknown, she trusted God with her present situation and future.

Isaiah (Isaiah 6:8) KJV Also, I heard the voice of the Lord saying, whom shall I send and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.

Isaiah was willing to face danger and opposition. Rejection was on the horizon. He was going to speak the words of the Lord to a sinful Judah, a message of judgement and the need for the people of Judah to repent.

In both scriptures they did not think about themselves, it was about trusting God and obedience. Are you willing to go where God tells you to go? Do you trust God in all things or do you pick and choose which situations to trust God with?

As believers we have to stand on the Word of God and know God is with us. Step out on faith, step out of your comfort zone and know that he is God. If God tells you to go know that he has prepared the way. Trust God!!

 

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