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Resting in Jesus in Perilous Times

David Wilkerson wrote about resting in Jesus in perilous times. In his newsletter, he said that God had impressed on him a single promise from God’s Word (the Bible) that if he/we would commit his/our very life to it, this promise would keep him/us through any and all perilous times. It would be a daily power source of faith.

He goes on to quote the verse…the promise from God’s Word. “Your Father knows what things you have need of before you ask Him.” (Matthew 6:8)

God wants you to give Him “quality” time. Focused attention. And trust Him!

Resting in (trusting in) the Fatherhood of Almighty God, Creator God, Restorer of the Breach, Savior, Blessed Redeemer. It doesn’t get any better than that!

Many, many times in the Bible (His words to us), He says to “fear not”. He speaks those words to many fearful people in scripture. They were just like you and me and yet they learned to fear not! We can, too! ๐Ÿ™‚

Corrie ten Boom’s dad comforted her fears when she was a child with this illustration: “When a train goes through a tunnel, and it gets dark, you don’t throw away the ticket and jump off. You sit still and trust the engineer.” God is not only our Creator; He is our Engineer. He knows what is best. Trust Him even when you don’t understand and when it is dark when you go through the trials and “tunnels” of life. Trust Him. He adores you!

I Peter 5:7 says, “Casting all your care upon Him, because He cares for you!”
Can you believe it? The Creator God cares about you…about me! WOW! And He is patient while we learn to trust Him on a deeper level each day. Little by little. We can learn to be resting in Jesus in perilous times. Don’t give up. It will be worth it all! I promise! Better still…HE promises!

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  1. Yep!! I like this :o). Wow!! Is right.

    Comment by Karen Mace

  2. Wow! Is right! is VERY right! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Good one!!!! Sometimes the things that seem the wildest are His will. Sometimes we understand it; sometimes we do not. We just trust and keep on trusting! Then comes that “peace that passes all understanding” when people look at us and think, “Why is she so cool in all this mess?”

    Comment by Ellen

  4. You are so right! And I’m so grateful that He knows what He’s doing! ๐Ÿ™‚ So, we don’t have to understand…just trust! Did I say “just” trust??? Hmmmm….

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  5. This is great.God will definately perfect that which concerns His children in the midst of perilous situations.

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  6. Thanks!

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  7. You’re welcome! Tell me how you are “resting in Jesus in perilous times”…how you put feet to your faith…

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  8. Ibrahim Mateo…

    Thanks-a-mundo for the article.Really looking forward to read more. Much obliged….

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  9. @Ibrahim, Thanks for the comments. Stop by again soon. –Pam

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  10. Kevin Shatley…

    Wow, great post.Really looking forward to read more. Awesome….

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  11. Kevin, Thanks for stopping by the blog. — Pam

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  12. Montana Bigler…

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  13. Montana, Good to hear that the post was helpful. Thanks for taking the time to tell me.

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  14. Paola Godbey…

    A round of applause for your post. Fantastic….

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  15. Thanks, Paola. So glad to hear the post was helpful re Resting in Jesus in Perilous Times.

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  16. Justin Deangelo…

    Awesome blog post.Much thanks again. Keep writing….

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  17. Justin, Thanks. Glad you liked it. I’ll keep writing. You keep reading and commenting. lol.

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  19. Kadence, Thank you. Glad it was helpful.

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  21. Thanks, Colin,
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