Putting Trust In God | Meditate On Scripture

Edited 08/12/2020- This is an older series I am editing and sharing with you. The past title has been changed. How to meditate on the scripture, and how to pray with the scripture have been edited.

Meditate- to ponder or contemplate. 

Scripture to meditate on(NIV) Proverbs 3:5-6, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight.”

How to meditate on this scripture“When I trust in God, and not myself, and I commit to Him in everything I do, He will straighten my walk with Him. What is Christlike and what is not will become more clear to me as I read His word and understand the context. This needs to be done daily. I will grow in His truth and be able to discern because I am familiar with His word and His word both sanctifies and increases my faith. God’s word alone is what I need to seek in all I do.”

Scripture to pray over(NIV) Psalms 91:02, “I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”

How to pray with this scripture“Lord, God, you are my shelter, and I trust in You. When times are difficult help me run to Your feet. When my doubts arise help me remember in Your word why I put my faith and trust in You. Amen.” 


Monthly Scripture – (NKJ) Psalm 85:11, “Love and faithfulness meet together; righteousness and peace kiss each other.”

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2 thoughts on “Putting Trust In God | Meditate On Scripture

    1. God’s word is all we need truly. The more we listen to Him in scripture and submit, the more we will be reminded of His truth as we live. It is something to think about and I am this spoke to you. Praise the Lord for His truth 😊😊

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