Grace & Truth to Strengthen Your Trust Muscles

April 24, 2020 |
Grace and Truth

Last summer my best friend and I saw Christian musician Micah Tyler play at a local church.

He drilled all of God’s promises for your life down to one:  

God will either provide a way out of your trial or He’ll walk through it with you, but no matter what, you can trust Him to be there. 

I thought of this as I read Lois Flowers’ post One Way to Strengthen Your Trust Muscles. She helped me remember times when God rescued me. She also helped remember times He gave me His strength and peace to walk through the trial. When I leaned Jesus through the storm, a stronger woman came out on the other side.

No matter what uncertainty or challenge you’re facing, please know that “The God who was faithful and true in the past will remain faithful and true forever.

The God who was faithful and true in the past will remain faithful and true forever. @loisflowers16 Click To Tweet

Lois encourages us to remember His faithfulness in a fun, tangible way. I’ll give you a hint: She took a clue from Jacob, Samuel, and the Israelites. Now head on over to her blog to discover One Way to Strengthen Your Trust Muscles.

Grace and truth to strengthen you trust muscles

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Valerie is a wife, mother, blogger, breast cancer survivor, and the co-director of Candidly Christian (as well as our Prayer Team Liaison). After suffering years of debilitating anxiety, she learned that victory over anxiety comes only through surrender to Jesus. Now she writes to help women overcome anxiety through faith. You can find her on

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  • Reply Tiffany Montgomery April 24, 2020 at 8:55 am

    There is so much truth here, that we are learning to strengthen our trust muscles through all of this! Thanks for the encouragement.
    Tiffany Montgomery recently posted…10 Biblical Reasons for Marriage That Still Apply Today

    • Reply Valerie Riese April 24, 2020 at 9:04 am

      Thank you, Tiffany! I’m glad this encouraged you today.

  • Reply Lois Flowers April 24, 2020 at 8:53 pm

    It’s a joy to be featured here, Valerie and Heather! I’m thankful that with everything that has changed in the world these days, Grace & Truth is still here, week in and week out. 🙂
    Lois Flowers recently posted…When Your Sad Heart Longs to Know Why

  • Reply Lisa notes April 29, 2020 at 11:22 am

    Yes! –> “God will either provide a way out of your trial or He’ll walk through it with you, but no matter what, you can trust Him to be there.” So grateful for this assurance. I appreciate Lois’s post too; it’s important to keep remembering that God remains faithful.

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