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Trust Requires “Weight (Wait) Training”

Trust Requires “Weight (Wait) Training”

If you have not been able to trust your Creator and trust your life, it is too much to conceive of being able to totally trust both all at once. It’s too big a step at one time. When you pray, or call in your good, you need to learn how to wait and exercise the muscle of trust. Do not kid yourself; there will be moments that your doubt and fear will want to negate your faith.

However, the only way to develop the trust muscle is to use it, and each time you wait, you will begin to see how the things that you have dreamed or called in or prayed for will become your reality. I love the statement “A miracle is what happens when you wake up in your life one day and you are there, and you don’t recall all the necessary steps that got you there”.

 

 

 

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