As Christians, we tend to hear the expression "trust in the Lord" a lot, but like the popular saying goes, "familiarity breeds contempt."
Not that trusting God becomes necessarily contemptible, but often when we are used to hearing something everyday, it sometimes tends to get blown off.
In my devotions, I've started to explore more about the whole concept of trust, and what the Bible's definition of it is, so I wanted to share something that I found to be really thought-provoking that I came across while I was studying:
Using Job 13:15 - "Though he slay me, yet will I hope in him; I will surely defend my ways to his face. Indeed, this will turn out for my deliverance, for no godless man would dare come before him!"
Matthew Henry commentates:
"Trust in God, though He slay us, that is, we must be well pleased with God as a friend even when He seems to come forth as an enemy, we must believe that all shall work for the good to us even when all seems to make against us. We must proceed and persevere in the way of our duty, though it cost us all that is dear to us in this world, even life itself. We must depend on the performance of the promise when all ways leading to it are shut up. We must rejoice in God when we have nothing else to rejoice in, and cleave to him, yea, though we cannot for the present find comfort in Him. In a dying hour we must derive from Him living comforts; and this is to trust in Him though He slay us."
Actually, someone wrote a song based on that verse....super neat:
Had a photoshoot with these two gals. So much fun!
Sweet dreams everybodeeeee!