Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. Proverbs 3:5

Wes Gorospe is a psalmist, who has transformed God’s Word into easily remembered songs. While the lyrics are derived from the Bible, the melodies flow from his heart. Each “Song of Scripture” he has composed has inherent power to transform your life, as you begin to listen and apply it to your life.

Last week, Wes recorded Proverbs 3:5-10 live. Click here 

Be encouraged by what Wes wrote concerning Proverbs 3:5-10.

“Trust issues are a ‘thing’ these days. Trust needs to be earned and preserved like a precious jewel. Once trust is lost, it is very difficult to regain.

When it comes to trusting in the Lord, it usually starts out blindly by faith. God does not need us to trust Him; He is God. He doesn’t need anything, but He wants us to trust Him, so that we can experience more of Who He is. Like a loving father, He wants to show us how to do things so that we are prepared for the future He has for us – reigning with Him.

I have discovered that when you trust in the Lord, the more you WANT to trust in the Lord, because it is so cool how He does things. The blind faith aspect never goes away, but the longer you’ve been trusting Him, the more you can look back and see how trust equals blessing.

… but the longer you’ve been trusting Him, the more you can look back and see how trust equals blessing.

When practicing trust, you learn to understand when He is asking you to take a step of faith. The more you practice trust, the more responsive you become to His call.

One Thanksgiving Day we made a bunch of sack lunches and headed out looking for people to give them to. We felt the Lord leading us up a certain street. We drove to the front of an apartment building, stopped, and my wife got out with 2 lunches. A smiling lady came out and said “thank you” for bringing the lunches. She had been praying that morning for the Lord to provide her with something to serve her friend that was coming over. We had no idea who she was or what she needed, but she was trusting God to provide for her. And, we were trusting God to lead us to whomever needed the lunches. So, all of us were extremely blessed.

Trust always involves risk, but it’s worth it when you are placing that trust in God. He has earned our trust, and He will never violate it. The more you trust, the more blessed you will be! He can be trusted.”

Wes, thanks for sharing with us this wonderful gift God has given to you! Thanks also for sharing your song and blog with us on Proverbs 3:5-10.  Visit Wes Michael Gorospe; Songs of Scripture website.

I exhort you to “Trust in the Lord with all your heart!”


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