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As you know, each day, I like to take the day of the week and find a Psalm or a proverb of that date. So today is the 18th May, so I’ve been looking at Psalm 18.

Three words in Psalms 18 verse 2 just jumped out of the page of the Bible to me and I wanted to encourage you with it.

I will trust.

I really love this, this really resonates with me as I’m thinking about my week and your week and where we’re putting our trust.

We have to be intentional! Trust isn’t just needed in the hard times it’s also needed (may even more) in the good times. In the good times it’s easy to put your trust in; what you have around you in yourself and what’s going well. But in good times and bad times I choose to do what the Scripture says; I will trust.

I will trust: is a future tense, so it’s saying that I will trust, I’m not sure what’s around the corner but I will trust no matter what. I put my trust in him for business when business is going well, when business is going OK and when business is not going so well. I still put my trust in him. My trust does not depend on my circumstances my trust is what remains consistent even when the business has its highs and lows, my goal is to keep my trust consistent.

Where is your trust today?

What level is your trust?

Monitor yourself, take your temperature.

Today is Monday and I’ll be monitoring and reviewing my business figures. I’ll go through my different performance indicators for sales, Marketing and engagement, I will also be looking at my level of trust; where is my trust? Am I trusting God or is my trust in myself, is my trust in my money? I need to focus my trust in God, no matter how good or bad things are and anchor myself in Him.



Camelle Daley

Camelle Daley

I’m a natural motivator and encourager. This is my blog, this is me. Here I give myself permission to #BeMe. I write my thoughts and feelings about life for anyone who’s interested.

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