Learning to Trust

Join me for the next thirty-one days as I share in a journey of trust. Webster Dictionary full definition of trust is:

1 a :  assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something
b :  one in which confidence is placed
2 a :  dependence on something future or contingent :  hope
b :  reliance on future payment for property (as merchandise) delivered :  credit <bought furniture on trust>
3 a :  a property interest held by one person for the benefit of another
b :  a combination of firms or corporations formed by a legal agreement; especially :  one that reduces or threatens to reduce competition
4 archaic :  trustworthiness
5 a (1) :  a charge or duty imposed in faith or confidence or as a condition of some relationship (2) :  something committed or entrusted to one to be used or cared for in the interest of another
b :  responsible charge or office
c :  care, custody <the child committed to her trust>

From biblical examples to life lessons, Trust is something we all need in life’s relationships.  Take the plunge, knowing that the One in which we place our trust not only is our parachute, but also controls the wind.trust-write31days

Day 1:  Relationship, Understanding, and Tests

Day 2:  Emotions, Knowledge, Wants and Direction

Day #3:  The Whisper of Temptation

Day #4:  Unfailing Love

Day #5:  Calming the Sea

Day #6 Insignificant

Day #7:  Why Worry?

Day #8:  He Hears Us

Day #9:  Resistance to Trust

Day #10: The Difficult Path

Day #11:  Place of Safety

Day #12: Trees of Trust

Day #13:  Song of Joy

Day #14:  Faith Like This

Day #15: Healing Trust

Day #16: Choices

Day #17:  Show Me a Sign

Day #18:  Perfect Peace

Day #19:  Double-Minded Trust

Day #20:  Searching

Day #21:  Dangerous Trap

Day #22: Trust in the Failure

Day #23:  Saved

Day #24: Trust in the lies

Day #25: Commit to succeed

Day #26: Trust in Insecurity

Day #27:  Trust in His Name

Day #28 Trust in the Waiting

Day #29: Bad News

Day #30: Trusting His Will

day #31: Close

31 Days is an online writing challenge started by home blogger, Myquillyn Smith (The Nester), and now hosted by Crystal Stine, where bloggers pick one topic and write a post on that topic every day in October. We all link up just once on day one (opens on October 1st) so that we can see all the topics and read the ones that most interest us. The link will stay open through October 5th for late comers but will be closed after that.

As a writer, 31 Days challenges you to go deeper into one topic.

As a reader, 31 Days will most likely have a few topics that you are curious about, it’s a great time to get to know some new bloggers.

About Jackie S

I have been through a lot in life, but through Christ I am more than an overcomer. I am not perfect, I will never claim to be. Praise God I am forgiven though. I am rather opinionated. I see most things in black and white and believe honesty is always the best policy. This combination sometimes comes off harsh. The truth is I love people. I truly love helping others and try to believe the best about others. It is easy to find faults, but focusing on strengths is more my style, but I also shoot it straight. If it sounds harsh, know my heart is for something better for you.
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  17. Immanuel says:

    Whew! I’m late to the party. But can still join in?
    I do love to be a part of this


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  36. Thanks for sharing in this series! It looks to be amazing. I continually need to look to God and learn to trust Him more.

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  37. Anita Ojeda says:

    Sounds like a great topic, Jackie! I’m dropping by from the 31Days Survivor group to cheer you on!


  38. Shelby says:

    Oh, I am very much look forward to reading this series. Trust is a huge issue for me — on both sides.

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  39. susan2009 says:

    I like the reminder that God is our parachute and that He controls the wind. How can we NOT trust Him. Looking forward to reading your series.


    • Jackie S says:

      Susan thanks for following. Yes, how can we not trust Him. Yet knowing Him for 32 years, God showed me my lack of trust. Looking forward to this challenge as I try to write out all He has shown me in the past year.

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