TRUSTING GOD

Trusting God calls for confidence in that which is unseen to the physical senses but known through spiritual intuition. The writer of Hebrews gives this admonition (11:6): "He that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him." Later in the same chapter, Moses' struggles are recounted, and this description of him is recorded (verse 27): "He endured, as seeing him who is invisible."

We become more conscious of the presence of the Supreme Being when we learn to obey God's law and in this way come under His control. Then we experience the guidance and invariable protection which accompany obedience; and we lose our confidence in matter and in the power of evil thought. Christ Jesus trusted God to supply him with all he needed—life, love, power, and the freedom to prove their presence. The entire tenor of the Master's life was trusting Spirit and rejecting material so-called law or power. His tremendous accomplishment in a few dedicated years proved the wisdom of his trust and provided an example for all to follow.

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