What do you think of this statement? I just read it a couple of days ago in the Esther Bible study. I like the sentence, but how do we know if we are really trusting? How do I know that I am not trusting in my own strength or someone else's for that matter? Do we have to be struggling to be trusting? If I am not struggling, am I still in a place of trust?
John is gone is Abuja again, this time picking up a pretty large group of engineers that will remain here with us for about 12 days. That is a long time for a group and there are so many "things" with this group that I am nervous about.... my first group while living in Africa, being a part of the schedule, but not really because my kids are home for spring break, being a part of a team that is so much smaller that I was and am responsible for things I have never had to be a part of before so I just hope people get fed! Not seeing John much over the next two weeks because he is very intricately involved in this group and there are other things that I have prayed and trusted the Lord for, but I hope that I really do trust the Lord for them - period.
I don't know, I am just chewing over these thoughts in my head, nothing more or less to offer - period. That is a simple word, isn't it yet speaks volumes!