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Trust As the Answer to All Problems

Trust As the Answer to All Problems

Trust is the answer to all perceptual problems; it brings us the experience of present peace.

When we let go of trying to manage or control the things of time and space, and devote our mind totally to miracles, then we are in the experience that Jesus takes care of everything. He handles all the details of our lives.

Deep down, we all want to come into an experience where we say, "Wow, that's easy. I just have to be joyful and peaceful and shine my light, and Jesus takes care of all the rest!"

This is Jesus’ promise to us!

“Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths.” (Proverbs 3:5-6)

Now, how do we come into this consistent experience of peace and trust?

You can start the day by deciding not to make any decisions, not to try to understand anything. “But what am I focusing on?” You are focusing on the Holy Spirit's guidance now, without understanding what this guidance is for or what it is trying to resolve—it is a work of trust, and in that experience we realize that is the correction for all seeming problems.

These kinds of experiences give us much faith to say, “I actually can bypass all problems, which are all my wrong beliefs, all the things that I think still need healing, absolutely all the problems in the perception world; I can bypass all of it because they are the past.”

The more you rely on present trust, the more you can be in a state of relaxation. When you are looking at the past, you are not looking within. So, we can bypass all of it and just think, I trust You so much; You give me the correction today and in this moment, and that is what I'm going for.

Will you rely on your past learning to guide you, or will you trust in the Holy Spirit in this very moment?

Dive deeper into this topic of trust with our “Trust Would Settle Every Problem Now” online retreat experience.

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