Better to Trust
Most folks long for a confidant – someone they can trust. In fact our desire is so strong, that it often outweighs our fear of getting burned. Even the great Samuel Johnson, a man whom most would consider self-sufficient, counseled a cautious brand of trust. “It is better to suffer wrong than to do it,” he said, “and happier to be sometimes cheated than not to trust.” Psalm 12:6: “The LORD’s words are absolutely reliable. They are as untainted as silver purified in a furnace on the ground, where it is thoroughly refined.” Today, why not put your trust – all of it, in God’s Word.