“O LORD my God, in Thee do I put my trust: save me from all them that persecute me, and deliver me:” Psalm 7:1 (KJV)
We people put our trust in things and people everyday. Every time we sit in a chair we are trusting that the chair will not fall or break in pieces. We get in our cars, and trust that it will start (of course sometimes they do not). We do those things without so much as a second thought most of the time.
Is it not amazing that we can put so much trust in things made and built by human kind, but when it comes to God we cannot trust Him to the same extent.
The Psalmist did. God is more trust worthy than any object made by man. He may not always deliver us from our situation, tragedy, or circumstance in life; as we ask Him to, but trust goes much further than deliverance from situations. With God it goes to His character, and who He is.
There is a question which has been asked: “If God never answered another one of your prayers would you still trust Him?”
My answer to that question is Yes. He is still God. He still loves me. I can still trust Him for my future, and for today. He knows what is best for you and me.
Be as the Psalmist. Put your trust in the LORD God through the death, burial and bodily resurrection of His Son Jesus Christ.