Ten Scriptures Showing God's Trustworthiness: - Intercession For A Generation Blog

The scripture talks about how the truth makes us free. Just before this was mentioned in scripture, Jesus said if we abide in his word; we will be his disciples. What does this tell us? God’s word and abiding, meditating on, and believing it is the truth that makes us free.

Because there are many lies that believers often face, it is essential to ready ourselves to abide in freedom through abiding in God’s word. Below are 10 scriptures that will help us to continue to trust in the Lord during times where our situations would appear to present a different picture.
So Jesus said to the Jews who had believed him, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” – John 8:31-32 (ESV)Ten Scriptures showing God’s trustworthiness through his promises

1.   As for God, his way is perfect: the word of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to all those that trust in him. –           Psalms 18:30

2.    With the faithful, God shows himself faithful. – Psalms 18:25

3.    He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all–how will he not also, along with him,                       graciously give us all things? – Romans  8:32

4.    And he said unto his servant: quick get me my robe and place it on him. This showing inheritance despite              our goodness. We inherit the goodness of God; we do not earn it. – Luke 15:22

5.    He enlargeth our feet under us so that our feet do not slip. We don’t have to worry about falling because he              holds us up. – Psalms 18:36

6.   Syrophecian woman: Woman, I have not seen such great faith in Israel. God does not limit his goodness to            his people, but spreads it abroad to all. He is faithful and trustworthy to respond to our faith. If he did it
    for someone who did not have an inheritance with him through covenant, how much more will he do it
    for someone who is in covenant with him through birth into the kingdom of Christ through his son Jesus.
   – Matthew 7:24-29

7.  Commit your way to the LORD; trust in him, and he will act. – Psalms 37:5 (ESV)

8.  Trust in the Lord and he will strengthen your heart. God understands that it gets hard to trust in him sometimes.      That is why he has strength specially reserved for his children who trust him.

9.  Trust in the Lord and do good. God understands that sometimes it appears that those who do good get
    the rough end of the stick; while those who choose to do evil get a break, but God still requires us to trust him.
    He is so confident in his faithfulness, trustworthiness, and  also what he has invested in us that he expects
    us to still do good in the face of opposition. Besides, if we fall, he has already prepared a way for us to
    stand back up. Trust him. – Psalms 37:3

10. Trust in the Lord with all of your heart. Lean not to your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge           him and he will direct your path. God is so confident in his faithfulness and trustworthiness that he wants us to       give up all of our trust to him, and not just some of it. – Proverbs 3:5-6

11.  Bonus: None that place their hope in the Lord will be made ashamed. This means that the end result will be            one that shows in victory and in our favor. Amen. – Psalms 25:3

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