• “I, being in the Bastille, said to Thee, O my God, If thou art pleased to render me a spectacle to men and angels, thy holy will be done! All I ask is that thou wilt be with and save those who love thee.” – Madame Guyon

Can God Be Trusted? by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 06/08/11

“You know, we’ve prayed about this for months, and it’s pretty clear that I need to quit my job and take the opportunity.”

“Well, where’s the money going to be coming from a year from now? Don’t you think you ought to figure that out first?”

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: Do you really believe that God can be trusted?

“I want to see the plan all laid out!”

Nancy: Sometimes I need to remind myself, “God has never once let me down, and He’s not going to start now!” God always keeps His promises. And that means we can trust the words of Hebrews 13. God says, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.”

Are there any steps God’s calling you to take? Do they seem too unpredictable? Remember that God truly is all you need. He’s faithful, and He will never leave you.

With Seeking Him, I’m Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

 

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1 Responses to Can God Be Trusted? by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 06/08/11

  • Joey & Yisel Zorina says:

    Congratulations on your new web design. It looks bright and calm. My wife & I just happened to click on this post from your facebook. This is truly timely for us, as we're headed for new "steps that God is calling" us to take this Summer. Thank you for posting this.

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