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A New Level of Trust

The send button is so final but it needed to happen. I sent a brief but what I believed to be, cordial, resignation to the Acting District Superintendent of the United Methodist Church’s district where the church I am serving is located. Despite no question of what I needed to do, it was still hard to push, “send.”

This Sunday, I will let the local congregation that I have resigned from the denomination but not necessarily from them.

Do I know what is going to happen? Not a clue.

Do I have an idea of what I will be doing three months from now? No.

Do I have a Father who knows what will happen and what I’ll be doing? Absolutely!

I can look back on my life and remember times when I felt like I was trusting God completely with the next steps of my life. As the years go by, I realize that the more I trust the more I am given opportunities to trust more.

I know who holds tomorrow and I know who holds my hand. I’m holding on tighter than ever these days.

When I said, “My foot is slipping,” your unfailing love, LORD, supported me.

When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought me joy (Psalm 94:18,19).

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