If we can trust car manufacturers to properly put every part and piece that goes into putting a vehicle together the right way, than why is so difficult and arduous to trust that GOD is able to put every part and piece together in your life the right way!
Let’s be honest, some people do seem to have a harder time trusting God and believing that His way is always best. They may be sincere believers—and yet they still have a hard time taking their hands off their situation and living by faith. Why? Well for starters: heartbreak occurs, bad things happen, and people are lets just say…people.
With that said, have you every received a vehicle manufacture recall? We all know that a recall is issued when a manufacturer determines that an equipment part or piece poses an unreasonable safety risk or it fails to meet minimum safety standards. Most decisions to conduct a recall and remedy a safety defect are made voluntarily by manufacturers prior to any involvement by NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration).
We may not always see God voluntarily moving in our circumstances because unlike manufacturers, God doesn’t always give us notice and simply put, God is not required to tell us everything! Remember He told Abraham to go ( Gen. 12:1) and then later He told Jacob to return (Gen. 31:3).
It is strange how God reveal some things and not others. That is, of course, God’s prerogative. The truth is that all of Scripture is what God chose to say, and He chose not to say other things that could have been in Scripture. Yet Scripture is more than enough for us. The promises contained in Scripture are enough for us.
Our God has given us His Holy Spirit as our Helper, even as we, like Abraham, try to trust those promises. God asks us to trust Him in the “in-between moments” and we should be moved to remember what God says as we eagerly and faithfully look forward to the future that God has already paved for our lives even before the beginning of time!
**Take a real good look at the attached picture and than reflect on your circumstance**