Yet Will I Trust Him is more than just a statement said by an ancient Biblical character. It is a statement that must be true in everyone who names the name of Jesus. It is easy to look at a statement like that and be inspired, but it takes on a whole different meaning when you have to live it. I want to share my story with you and explain exactly what I mean. I pray this book you hold in your hands will help you if you ever have to live out this most powerful statement of faith.
What if I told you it was my frustrations and disappointments that strengthened my relationship and faith in God? What if I told you it was not the blessings that made me love God more but his sustaining power in my trials that fueled my confidence in him? What if I told you that you can be happy and flourish without the things you thought you couldn't live without?
In Yet Will I Trust Him, I will discuss the things God showed me in the midst of my greatest tragedies. This is not a normal story, but it is my story. It is full of priceless revelation that came out of costly experiences. I pray that as you read this book, possibly from your fiery furnace or your lion's den, you experience Jesus in a way that will change your life and encourage you forever. Everything may be going great for you now. I pray this book helps you if at any moment a storm rises up and threatens to shake your faith.
If you question if God is good all the time, this book is for you. God is always at work and is always speaking. Are we watching and listening?