Trust Me, Saith The Lord

Trust Me, Saith The Lord

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I hate when I go through one problem after another. Sometimes there’s no break in between and that’s when I can lose it. When my PC computer died, my main MAC computer began overheating again, I was setting up a new laptop, and had major deadlines, it began to add up. Then I had a meltdown. The technical problems, emails coming back and forth, phone ringing off the hook, emergency prayer requests… I had had enough. I had to talk to God.

So I did. I went somewhere quiet and turned my back on all my deadlines and the computers. I needed The Lord Jesus. I was sweating ferociously and I let Him have it all my emotions. I truly cast all my burdens on Him. Everything I could think of that was bothering me, scaring me and eating me alive, I got off my chest.

God didn’t shout back at me, give me 20 scriptures to read or tell me to get an attitude adjustment. He just listened. I felt He did more than that, at times I felt like He was taking each burden away from me much like giving someone stronger a bag that’s too heavy for me to carry. I felt so relieved. He knew what I needed at that moment…to vent.

I went back to back to work feeling better on the inside. Two hours or so later, God spoke to my heart:

He said…”Trust Me, but more than you trust those pancakes on your plate to taste good!”

LOL, who says The Lord doesn’t have a sense of humor?!

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Kim McDougal

Kim is the founder and creator of Growing Up in Grace. By day, she's the Director of Interactive Communications for the Hispanic chamber located in Jax, FL. Kim also owns "Kim's Studio Art" where she creates and sells Wall Art Printables and "Kim's Handcrafted Cards" on eBay where she creates and sells handmade greeting cards.