The man who trusts and hopes in the Lord does not worry or fear. He is not moved by his circumstances. He believes that the Lord is his protector and provider. No matter what comes, he will prosper and bear good fruit to the glory of the Lord!
As we move closer to the return of the Lord, we have to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. As we have rejoiced in good times, we have to ask the Lord to help us to rejoice and endure the challenging times. We’re going to need the perspective of Job: “Though He slay me, yet I will trust Him” (Job 13:15).