I want you to be honest with yourself about how much you trust me. If you say you trust me, and then follow it up with a sigh or walk around with heaviness, it’s a good indication that you're not trusting me.
I don't want you to feel guilty about your lack of faith, but I do need you to invite me into that fear and disbelief. I want you to walk in a higher dimension of trust. That means letting go of control.
I am God, and you are not. That means I can do what you can't, and I can do things you haven't even considered. It's not your duty to fix everything and everyone. If you truly believe that I am God, then let me be God for you. Let me be the miracle-working God that you say I am.
When you're really trusting me, fear isn't present. You can say with absolute confidence and a smile on your face, I'm trusting God to take care of that, then walk away knowing I will.
Trust in and rely confidently on the Lord with all your heart. And do not rely on your own insight or understanding.
In all your ways know and acknowledge and recognize Him, and He will make your paths straight and smooth, removing obstacles that block your way.
Do not be wise in your own eyes; Fear the Lord with reverent awe and obedience, and turn entirely away from evil.