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Trust Is The Firm Belief In The Reliability, Truth, Ability,

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Trust is the firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. From the time, we were born in an infant stage babies interaction with the mother determines whether an attitude of trust or mistrust will be incorporated into his/her personality. When the mother responds to the infant’s physical need and provide ample affection such as love and security, then the infant will develop a sense of trust. Therefore, when the mother is inattentive, resentful or inconsistent in her behavior, the infant develops an attitude of mistrust, and will become anxious and fearful. It is only when you exemplify care and concern, and protection for an individual that they feel safe enough or confident enough that you can be…show more content…
I’ve experienced in ministry throughout the years, you go to others maybe parishioners, a sister, or brother and tell them about your situation in private or confidence because you trust them. But before you get outside the church doors, everyone in the church knows your business, this is called mistrust. It is a sad day in the body of Christ when we can’t trust the saints in the church with personal information to help agree with us in prayer. According to Proverbs 3:5, “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, lean not to thine own understanding. Be careful who you trust. The devil was once an angel. Love people but put your full trust only in the Lord. Jeremiah 17:7 says, “But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him.” Mistrust is another word for insecurity. When there is a check or uneasiness in your spirit, when you get ready to share or talk to someone about your circumstances, that is a sure sign that this is not the individual you are supposed to confide in. God has another plan. Therefore those that do break confidentiality and mistrust there is a penalty for mistrust. The scripture: Romans 12:17 says, “Vengeance is mine, I will repay says the Lord.” On another note, a broken relationship only leads to hurt, fear, confusion, and anger. But God can bring healing and trust back into the relationship.
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