Perhaps you are facing something today that has stretched you to your limits. You hurt and no one is there to help. You are looking for answers and God isn’t talking. What now? The answer to your dilemma is found in Proverbs 3:5, “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.” It worked for others and it will work for you!
Psalms 56:3 “What time I am afraid, I will trust in thee.”
Job couldn’t understand why he had been buffeted by painful adversities.
Abraham couldn’t understand why God would require him to sacrifice his son.
Jacob couldn’t understand why he was deprived of his son, thinking he was dead.
Joseph couldn’t understand why he was hated by his brothers and sold into slavery.
Moses couldn’t understand why he had to spend 40 years in the wilderness while his people suffered in bondage.
Mary and Martha couldn’t understand why the Lord wasn’t there to prevent the death of their brother.
History is filled with examples of people who found themselves in painful situations that they could not understand. But all who survived and thrived learned one grand lesson, that none of us should ever forget,—it is better to trust God than to try to understand Him.