Believe and trust in God. Those words can transform your life. If you have faith and confidence in
God the world changes for the better. You will find your outlook changing. You will find hope in a
You need to have belief and have confidence in your faith.
We hope these Christian poems about trusting in God encourage you.
Are you sick
Are you sad
Well pray to God
And you'll be glad
Take a sleep
Take a rest
And let God do the rest
For He loves you
You'll feel the best
As God said He'll do the rest
For God is for you every day.
This I Know
I do not know what next may come,
Across my pilgrim way;
I do not know this next year's road,
Nor see beyond today;
But this I know, my Saviour knows
The path I can not see;
And I can trust His wounded hand
To guide and care for me.
I do not know what may be mine
Of glowing skies' or rain;
I do not know what may befall
Of pleasure or of pain;
But this I. know, my Father sends
My sunshine and my shade
And naught that comes from out His love,
Can make my soul afraid.
I do not know what may await,
Or what this next year brings,
But with a glad salute of faith
I hail its opening wings.
For this I know, that in my Lord
Shall all my need be met;
And I can trust the heart of Him
Who has not failed me yet.
In the poem, Our 24-7 God, the Poet offers lots of questions about God. She is questioning your confidence,
your beliefs, but in the end points out that God is with us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If God says, "Jump," do we fear to obey Him?
Can He be trusted that He will perform?
Is there a chance, a slight possibility,
He'd turn His back and laugh you to scorn?
Has He been proven to always be faithful?
Will He be willing to carry it through?
How can you trust Him, what is His objective?
Is there a purpose distinctly for you?
Is it your thought that God chose at random,
Simply to let you roam on this earth?
Why should He care what daily befalls you?
What has He done since the day of your birth?
Think on these things: Who daily sustains you?
Who is the One who knows every thought?
Who is the One who bears all your burdens?
Who holds you up when you are distraught?
Who can foretell, precisely each moment?
Who is the one who numbers each hair?
Who knows your path before you have planned it?
Who can give hope when you're full of despair?
If on your own, would you have the resources?
Could you create all the things that you need?
If crops needed rain, would you know the procedure?
If you talked to the clouds, do you think they would heed?
Have you the strength to bear the world's burdens?
Are you able to dry a child's tears?
Have you the means to comfort the sorrowing?
Can you control their turmoil and fears?
Are you disturbed by the crime all about you?
Can you make laws that will be obeyed?
Are you concerned by the world's grave condition?
Does it bring you tears, are you fully dismayed?
Now that you're aware of your weakness and failures,
Now that you see that you're without power,
Give God the reigns, for He is discerning,
He is the fortress, a strong, mighty tower.
Of all those you know, He alone can be trusted,
He knows each day how you should proceed,
He holds your hand through the deep, darkest valley,
He knows the path and He'll willingly lead.
God is our Lord, and as well, He's our Father,
He has allowed His grace to provide,
He is well worthy of all adoration,
24-7 God's by our side.
Let these words give you hope that no matter what you are facing, how dark the road may be we should always trust in God and
do the right thing!
Do The Right
Poet: Norman Macleod
Courage, brother! do not stumble,
Tho thy path be dark as night;
There's a star to guide the humble -
Trust in God and do the right.
Let the road be dark and dreary,
And its end far out of sight,
Face it bravely! strong or weary -
Trust in God and do the right.
This poem reminds us that God sees everything and as the Bible verse,
Matthew 10:31 which states: "So don’t be afraid; you are worth more than many sparrows", if God cares for the birds it should give us the assurance
that God cares for us
Let not your heart, my friend,
Be troubled, nor afraid.
Thy God relief shall send.
Trust, then, His promised aid;
He doth not sleep,
He will thee keep.
If thou on Him doth stay
He'll guide thee on thy way!
Trust not to self, my friend,
But put thy trust in God;
Thy heart in meekness bend.
Even 'neath His chastening rod:
Stand thou the test,
Tried gold is best,
From dross and sin set free -
The Master's image see!
Walk ever bravely on -
God is at thy right hand,
His strong arm lean upon -
Firm shalt thou ever stand;
By night or day
He knows the way,
He'll guide thee with His eye
Up to the realms on high!
Soon shall thy journey end
In perfect peace and love,
Where angels shall attend
And welcome thee above;
Life's race well run.
Well done! well done!
Thus enter into rest
Those that have stood the test!