Trust God. Again I say it – trust God. It is not hard for me to say this to you and it is good for you to hear this. Why should we trust God?

Proverbs 3:5 says that we can trust in the Lord. The Lord is our God, the one who made us; and so cares for us. God is good, all the time. God saves us from Satan – our evil enemy. God is light and love and the way, the truth and the life. God does not change. Our parents change, our friends change, we change – but God never changes and so we can trust him.

Read Proverbs 3:5 here –



Are you trusting God for something really huge at the moment – and kinda stressing out too?

Here’s a thought: God can fling stars and part the Red Sea. What you’re trusting him for is not too big. His power is infinite.

And the best news is that he’s not just a powerful God. He’s a powerful God who LOVES you. Zephaniah 3v17 says, ‘For the Lord your God is living among you. He is a mighty saviour. He will take delight in you with gladness. With his love, he will calm all your fears. He will rejoice over you with joyful songs.’

Spend some time today talking to him?

Zephaniah 3 here:




God’s CV

This week we’re taking a look back at last year through some posts out of Small Spaces – theWordspace’s guilt-free devotional. If you’re interested in grabbing a copy or supporting tWS, give us a shout 🙂

Here’s today’s post:

Does God have a CV? If the God you know were applying for the ‘job’ to be in charge of your life, would you let Him?

Here’s Isaiah 40v28-31: ‘The Lord is the everlasting God; the creator of the ends of the earth; He will not grow tired; His understanding no-one can fathom; He gives strength; those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength’

That’s just part of God’s CV: He never tires. He gives us strength. He is bigger that our understanding. I would trust that. How about you?

Read Isaiah 40 here:



Daily Bread

Here’s a line from the Lord’s Prayer to meditate on as we get ready for Easter:

‘Give us this day our daily bread.’ (Matthew 6)

Spend some time thinking what that prayer means to you. Use these words to help you:

Trust. Expectation. Need. Faithfulness. Provision. Father. Abundance. Hope. Thankfulness. Enough.

Take each of these words, one at a time, and speak them out and then say the line from the prayer.

How is ‘give us this day our daily bread’ connected to Trust?

And so on.

Perhaps this exercise will spark a time of prayer in which you give thanks to God for who He is and how He provides for you.

Find the rest of the prayer over here: