Kitchen Table Talk
4th Day of Christmas
Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God. Psalm 20:7
We all must decide what and who we will trust in this life. That’s part of the freedom of choice God has given all men. But trust is something that is developed through exposure and experience. That’s why so many trust in man’s authority and ability, chariots and horses. We are daily exposed and regularly experienced in the thought and ways of man. Trusting God requires continual expose to Him and regular experiences with Him. Never reach a finishing line with God; never think you’ve experienced enough. Get hungry and go hungering for God and you’ll learn to hang on His every word. Jeremiah writes, “How long will you flit here and there, indecisive? How long before you make up your fickle mind? God will create a new thing in this land: A transformed woman will embrace the transforming God!” (Jeremiah 31:22) Trusting God requires experiencing God and only those who allow themselves to be exposed to God will ever embrace Him as God for their lives.