One night the Lord spoke to Paul in a vision. “Don’t be afraid,” he said. “Keep on speaking. Don’t be silent. I am with you. No one will attack you and harm you. I have many people in this city.
Acts 18:9-10 NIRV
To trust means to have confidence or trust in someone or something. Trust is needed in every kind of relationship we find ourselves. It could be in business, in marital relationships, political, or any kind of relationship. Every kind of the relationship requires a measure of trust for it to endure. Whenever there is a breach of trust, people will not be able to carry out what is expected of them in that relationship. Even when it comes to our relationship with God, the reason why we can expect God to hear and answer our prayers is that we trust in His omnipotence. God’s word gives us confidence and the trust that we can have whatever we ask of Him.
Trust is needed in every kind of relationship we find ourselves.
Trust is essential, and it cannot be overemphasized. As a matter of fact, any relationship without trust cannot endure for a long time. Trust is built daily and not in one day. It takes a process it takes time and commitment from the parties involved for trust to be built.
We can say that trust is built one conversation at the time. The more we relate to a particular person or group of people, the more we can understand the kind of persons they are. We come to understand their values, principles, beliefs, etc. The more these values and principles align with ours, the more likely we are to work with them. After all, the Bible says can two people walk together if they don’t agree with each other? Trust is beyond the words we speak or the promises that we make. It is proven by actions. A person will be trusted when the person is able to prove, overtime, through his actions that he means what he says. Actions speak louder than words. We can come to trust someone when we see that the person stands by his/her words every time.
Trust can be built by anyone and in any team. By applying the right keys and principles, trust can be built in any team where there is something to achieve together.
The beautiful thing about trust is that it is not a gift or something that some people are privileged to have. Trust can be built by anyone and in any team. By applying the right keys and principles, trust can be built in any team where there is something to achieve together.
Even in the bible, we can see that there were people who trusted in God despite their own personal limitations. Hebrews Chapter 11 talks about a lot of men and women who did amazing things for God. These men and women were men like us, but they were able to rise up to such level of greatness because of their trust, faith, and their confidence in God. For instance, it was said of Abel that he offered a more acceptable sacrifice than Cain, and this was as a result of his faith in God.
We also have the story of Noah who was instructed by God to build an ark to save the entire human race and the animals from destruction. Because of this, he built an ark based on God’s design and that became the salvation for his family and even the entire human race. So, his trust in God brought out the great testimony in his life. He actually found grace in the sight of God.
Progress cannot be achieved in environmental people cannot trust one another.
Progress cannot be achieved in environmental people cannot trust one another. The reason why there is such a high level of competition amongst people is because everyone is not looking out for the other person. Rather, each person on the team is looking for what they can get for themselves. But in an environment where there’s trust amongst the people, everyone works for the common good of the team and the goal that is to be achieved.
As it relates to our walk with God, God has put His word on the line, and we are told from the scriptures that God honors His word more than his name. Without any iota of doubt, we can trust that He will bring His word to pass in our lives if we put our trust in Him. The example of Abraham set for us cannot be forgotten. Abraham is the father of faith. Abraham lived at the time in history where there was no medical advancement. There was no technology that could assist them in achieving their desire to become parents of their own children. Yet, despite the deadness of both Sarah’s womb and even his own body, he believed that God would give him a child in due time.
Abraham trusted God and followed God all the way. And at the right time, God gave him a child, and his name was Isaac. God took and led Abraham each step of the way. Each conversation that Abraham had with God brought him closer to God all the same.
Each conversation that Abraham had with God brought him closer to God all the same.
At one time in the scriptures, God brought Abraham out of his tent and showed him all the stars of the heavens, and the promise of God for Abraham was that he would have as many children as the stars in heaven. Scripture records, “And he brought him forth abroad, and said, Look now toward heaven, and tell the stars, if thou be able to number them: and he said unto him, So shall thy seed be” (Gen. 15:5, KJV). The next verse after this revealed that Abraham believed God, and this singular act made him righteousness.
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