What an awesome term to use in the way you feel about your Heavenly Father. You can love your earthly father very much, and your earthly father can love you, but neither of these loves can compare to the degree and depth that your Heavenly Father loves you.
I dare say that not one of us would love all the people in the world so much that they would send their only son to die on a cruel cross so that even the most unloving and cruel people would have a chance to be saved from going to the horrible place called Hell.
The word KNOW is always used in the Bible in a very intimate way. God doesn’t want you to just do “good works” for Him (even though that is an honorable and good thing;) He wants you to have such an intimate relationship with Him that You always give Him first priority over every other thing or person in your life.
It is only then that you can be used by Him in a powerful way to pray for the needs of others, be able to discern the best way to help them, and be used mightily for the Kingdom of God. It is also only then that you will be able to love your family in a way that is much better and deeper than you ever have before.
Unreasoning trust in God means that you are so sure of His Character that you totally trust Him to meet every need and work in every circumstance on your behalf. If you have a good relationship with your earthly father, you would feel free to ask for his help if you couldn’t handle the situation by yourself.
So knowing that your Heavenly Father loves you even more than your earthly father ever could, why wouldn’t you be able to trust Him with even the smallest of problems or circumstances that arise?
Get in the habit of going to God with small and everyday things, and the large ones will be automatic. You won’t even have to think about it. Your Abba Father loves you more than you could ever imagine.
This post written by Cathy Deaton.
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