I Trust In Youin Mind and Spirit, Uncategorized on 06/14/13Click To Download This Post As PDFShareTweetPinLast Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista Click To Download This Post As PDF Related posts:[This Weekend] 4 Hours, 5 Experts, Lives Will Change! Make Your Own Haunted House! Starting A Coin Collection Bully Proof: Reedley International School’s Campaign Against Bullying
aby ♥ says
I super agree! we should always believe and trust God. 🙂
Aileen A says
It's also called faith…believing in the unseen. He is never really silent…mostly, we are just too distracted to hear Him…
Well said. Faith it is.
Meikah Ybañez-Delid says
Such powerful words! 🙂 I love it!
Marco Polo Demo says
Trust and Faith are just words to express the feeling and the action, what's more important is the meaning between those words and what it meant for the doer.
Hanny Namuco says
This is the exercise of faith. Thanks for sharing these words.
Marie, I am one in prayer with you. I hope your dad's condition stabilized and your 2 kids too will overcome the dengue. Just tell them to drink lots of fluid. God bless!
Mommy Maye says
Hi sis! Your family is included in my prayers. I pray they will get better soon. If you can get tawa-tawa, you can boil 1 cup of in 4 cups of water and let them drink it. It will be a great help.
Glenda Barretto says
Such a strong faith! That faith is the best ingredient together with the medicines we take. I pray for the wellness of your family. Keep your hand held tight unto the Lord. Let His will be done and plans be made according to His will.
such a nice thought to start the day. i may not know what you're undergoing right now but rest assured that it'll pass soon enough. god doesn't give you trials that you can't handle. 🙂
Lady Anne Abit says
Totally agree with this! Thanks for sharing this very inspiring post.
tet ^0^ says
I was just reading passages earlier and saw the same one. totally agree!
Tin Romero says
Ganda. This is a poem written during WW2, on the wall of a cellar, by a Jew in the Cologne concentration camp. 🙂
We sure put a lot of faith in a lot of things we cannot see, feel, or hear. And sometimes, that's all we need. Faith.
Dominique Goh says
Faith can surely move mountains 🙂
Melgie Campbell says
The good thing about this is, HOPE! I always believe that something gonna come up nice and make the bad situation better.:)and believing that everything will be OK
maxine musings says
this is a very inspiring quote
Marie Angeli Laxa says
Lovely quote. Only I don't really think God is silent. Sometimes, our hearts are too "noisy" to hear Him. How is your dad now?