How To trust God’s Timing

How many times have we not asked ourselves if what is coming in our future is the best for us or for you, but how can we trust that everything will come at the right time?

How can we leave everything in God’s hands without having any worries?

Those questions are what we want to answer today, today we want your life to have a successful course and end and with many blessings.

How can we trust that everything will come at the right time?

As human beings, we are filled with a desire to achieve things, since we were children we live with the desire to grow and live adulthood, without knowing that the age of childhood is the most beautiful.

When we reach our youth, our head begins to haunt a question that at times causes fear, what will become of me when I reach that point in my life?

As people, we stop living our present, we stop enjoying our stages.

I don’t know if you, who are reading this, believe in a creator or perhaps in what you believe, but today I want to answer this question with the Bible.

A book that was written thousands of years ago and that today has all the answers to all your doubts.

In Ecclesiastes 3:1 it says:

“Everything has its time, and everything that is loved under heaven has its hour.”

Ecclesiastes 3:1

This text gives us a very clear and very beautiful answer, your story is written by a God of love who knows you and knows what is and will always be better for you. Your book of life is already written, and within that book of surely your purpose is clear.

Not only that, are you worried about your future family?

When God says that everything has its time, it is that at the right time for your life that will come. Your life will be full not only of a stable job, but also of a wonderful family and friends who would give everything for you, true friends. .

How can we leave everything in God’s hands without having any worries?

We already know that we have a God who has the best of the best for your life, but now comes the difficult part, and it is the most difficult part because as human beings we always want to make decisions on our own, we always want to be in control of our lives.

Besides, what makes it more difficult is leaving your life in the hands of a being that you cannot see, I know how difficult it is to leave everything in the hands of God, but I will give you two examples that will surely help you that trust in the invisible grow.

The first is Abraham, a man to whom God promised something gigantic, from whom would come a gigantic lineage, a nation, a different people, a promise that not everyone can make:

“saying, I will surely bless you abundantly and multiply you greatly. 15 And having waited patiently, he obtained the promise.”

Hebrews 6:14-15

God had written a story for Abraham, and Abra trusted that promise of a God who was in control of everything, he just had to be patient and God in time worked for him.

The second example is of another man who blindly trusted the plans and promises that God had for him:

“Then Moses answered God: Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh and bring the children of Israel out of Egypt? And he answered: Go, for I will be with you; and this will be a sign to you that I have sent you: when you have brought the people out of Egypt, you will serve God on this mountain.”

Exodus 3:11-12

Moses could even lose his life just for allowing God’s promise in his life to be fulfilled, he was not welcome. His bad decisions in the past could affect his future and not fulfill that promise, but Moses still allowed everything to happen. It will happen at the right time.

The only way to leave everything in God’s hands is to have faith that you are much safer there, it is much easier to try with him.

What if you are missing the opportunity for your life to take a different, positive, much happier course?

What if you are trying to go down a path that is not the best for you and that perhaps has you exhausted and tired?

Have faith in a God that no matter what wrong decision you have made in your past, just like Moses can improve your walk, he wants to do it.

Do not allow your bad moments, your problems, or your doubts, to make you make wrong decisions.


This text is for you:

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, And do not rely on your own prudence. Acknowledge him in all your ways, And he will make straight your paths.”

Proverbs 3:5-6

Leave your path in the hands of God, let him be the one who straightens your path, he already has a victorious and happy future for you. You have a special purpose, have faith and trust that the promises he makes to you every day will fulfill in you.

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