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Verse of the day Proverbs 3:5-6 

VERSE OF THE DAY

Proverbs 3:5-6 

Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding;
in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.

 

When we have an important decision to make, we sometimes feel that we can’t trust anyone—not even God. But God knows what is best for us. He is better judge of what we want than even we are! We must trust him completely in every choice we make. This does not mean we cannot study the options and make intelligent decisions, or that we should have no confidence in ability. It means, however, that we must not be wise in our own eyes. We should always be willing to listen to and be corrected by others. Bring your decisions to God in prayer; use the Bible as your guide; and then do what is right.

To succeed, said Solomon, we must put God first in our lives. About a thousand years later, Jesus emphasized this same truth (Mathew 6:33). Look at your values priorities. What is important to you? Where is God that list? Keep him first place in everything you do; then he will crown your efforts with success because you will be working to accomplish his purposes.

 

PRAYER:

Father God in heaven help us to always put our trust in you specially in all that we do and decisions that we make. Our prayer is to a have heart that will always remember to acknowledge you in all our ways. You are our great God, we praise you. This is our prayer in Jesus name we pray.  Amen

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12 thoughts on “Verse of the day Proverbs 3:5-6 

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