Hello my wonderful readers! I pray that you all are doing well during this pandemic. Not only is today Good Friday, but today makes 3 years since I have started this blog. To every reader and sharer, thank you from the bottom of my heart. Below I have a quick word that I want to leave you all with; I truly believe that God’s word for us now is to simply trust Him.

I was at work one day and I answered the phone, it was a guest on the phone that was disappointed with some work that was done to her wedding ring. I looked up her information and she was under warranty. She informed me that her son would drop her ring off. Her son dropped her ring off, I sent it off for repair, and two weeks later her ring came back. I received her ring, and I performed what we call a quality inspection. During my inspection, her ring did not meet my satisfaction. I called the guest and informed her that while the ring did not meet my satisfaction, that she was more than welcome to come take a look at it for herself. To my surprise she said to me, “Sweetie, if it doesn’t meet your expectations, it won’t meet mine. I trust you and your judgement.” This lady that I have never met trusted me, trusted my judgement, and trusted her jewelry with me.

After I got off the phone with her, God began to speak to me. Isn’t it crazy how we as people can put our trust in other people, but we are too afraid to put our trust in God. I had never met this lady, and she didn’t even know what was wrong with her ring, but she trusted that I knew what I was doing and I would deliver something of quality to her. We must be like Mrs. Elliott, we must trust that God’s end result will be of good quality for us. God is not in the jewelry business, and he will not give us the chance to have a sneak peek before he finishes what he has for us, we have no choice but to trust His final plan. God has great plans for us and we must remember that. No matter if you’re waiting on God to do something in your life, if you are suffering an illness, you lost your job, or whatever it is; put your trust in God. You may can’t see it yet, but trust God. Hold on my favorite scripture, Romans 8:28 “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”  It will all work out in the end. Your job, your marriage, your sickness, this pandemic, it will all work out. We all must trust God, he is telling us every day “Trust Me.” Someone died, but he’s saying “Trust me.” Your bills are due and you don’t have enough money, “Trust me.” Your job shut down, but he’s saying “Trust me.” So, I’m going to ask you, will you trust him?

2 Replies to “A Note From God: Trust Me”

  1. WOW! What an amazing read. Trust God through it all❗️Thanks Jessica Taylor for blessing us with this and Happy Blogversary…


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