Such a simple word, but such an important part of any relationship.
We all long to have someone we can trust, count on, and simply know that “this person” is in our corner.
However, in a broken and fallen world, trust is not something we do easily.
Cynicism is constantly knocking at the door of my heart, ransacking my thoughts and toying with my emotions.
And as I battle against the onslaught of what this world has to offer, I too often feel more beat down than built up, and without knowing it, this exhaustion of the mind trickles into my thoughts and beliefs about God.
Is He really trustworthy?
Is He really for me?
Is He really faithful?
Can you relate?
Are you struggling to trust the Lord?
Then I have good news for the both of us (yes! I'm right here with you in the struggle).
With the help of my team here at IBG, I’ve created a Bible reading plan all about TRUST.
This Bible reading plan focuses on the word trust as a verb. Trust is an action, something we choose to do.
As you soak in the presence of Jesus through His word, you have an opportunity to allow the Word to renew your mind as you move from a state of “being” into an active state of trust.
Choosing to trust in His promises is the faith that pleases Him. But it starts with a renewal of our minds, and there is no better way to renew our minds than in the Word of God.
At times in this Bible reading plan the word "believe" should be substituted as trust. When believe is an action, it is similar in meaning to trust. Therefore, there are a couple of days that the word trust will not be there, but "believe" will be.
This Bible reading plan begins with why trust matters and it ends with how Jesus is the fulfillment of God's faithfulness and the One we put our trust in.
What does it mean to actively trust or believe?
That is what you will answer through this 21-day Bible reading plan.
As we soak in the presence of Jesus through His word, we must move from a state of being into an active state of trust. Choosing to trust in His promises is the faith that pleases Him.
I CANNOT WAIT FOR YOU TO DIVE INTO THIS TOPICAL BIBLE READING PLAN ON TRUST.
Downloadable Trust Bible Reading Plan Journal
This beautiful printable journal is meant to guide you through this 21-day Bible reading plan.
It gives you question prompts and space to journal your own thoughts as you read and meditate on what God's Word says about trust.
21-days of Scripture passages on trust
Daily questions to guide your reading
Room to journal your responses to each question
A focused plan to guide you into a deeper understanding of Bearing Fruit
PLUS a brand new feature – Scripture memory cards!
Scripture Memory Cards Included
We want to provide the best tools to help you hide God’s Word in your heart, and for this plan, to learn to actively trust.
Therefore, we have included in this Bible reading plan printable Scripture memory cards that will help you memorize some key verses around the topic while you work through the 21-Day bible reading plan.
Why 21 Days?
Our Bible Reading Plans are just 21 days long.
This way you don’t have to worry about “getting behind” if you're working through one Bible reading plan a month. You can work at your own pace and go deeper into each area of text if you desire.
Plus, there are no dates or days marked on the plans. This means you can skip around and read the passages in any order you like, at any time of year you like.
We are praying this Bible reading plan and journal companion will help you have a special place to record your thoughts as you quiet your heart and mind to read God's Word and focus on trust.
I am on a mission to equip women with the tools and inspiration necessary to get them living gospel-motivated lives for Jesus, and one of the best ways I know how to do that is to get them into the Word of God.
To get YOU into the Word of God is my mission!
I pray this downloadable 21-Day Bible Reading Plan on Trust blesses you and encourages you to dive deeper into various areas of study for His glory.