Trust in Jesus

I believe the Holy Spirit led me to this video this morning.

I was in a spiritual pit that I can’t describe without getting far too personal for this blog.

Then, I stumbled on this song. It didn’t erase what I was feeling in one big swoosh, but it did bring me back to what I know, which is that I am never alone. As St Paul said, I know whom I have believed, and I trust that He is able to keep that which I have committed to Him against that day.

There is only one perspective for a Christian, and this is it.

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  • Ray Glennon

    Rebecca,
    Thanks for sharing. And you’re right–you’re never alone. in addition to the One, there are many of us who know you through your work and your blog whose thoughts are with you in difficult times. As St. Francis would greet all those he met, “May the Lord give you peace.”

    Ray

    • hamiltonr

      Thank you Ray.

  • http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/ Manny

    That’s a realy good song. Who sings it? I didn’t see any credits in the video.

    • hamiltonr

      Third Day.

      • http://ashesfromburntroses.blogspot.com/ Manny

        Thanks.

  • AnneG

    Just said a prayer for you, Rebecca. I listened to the song while watching This Side Of Eden, about Benedictine monks in Holy Week. One young brother was helping dress an elderly, brother priest. That truly is trusting Jesus. Thank you.

    • hamiltonr

      Thank you Anne.

  • FW Ken

    When Jesus sends you in to a prison to minister to the people who killed your family, that’s forgiveness and trust.

    http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2014/04/13/ministering-to-evil-and-forgiving-the-unforgivable-in-rwanda/

  • daveofthetowers

    Good Morning Ms. Hamilton, God never, ever gives us more than we can handle though we might think it the end of (our) world sometimes. The good news is that things do get better. I tell kids at the Youth Detention Center where I occasionally Minister that God places obstacles and trials in our path in order to “sharpen the chisel” that we can use to chip away at the anchor of sin that holds us down. You are in our prayers. May God Bless You and Yours in all ways, Always. Dave

    • hamiltonr

      Beautiful comment. Thank you Dave.


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