In times of uncertainty and lack of trust, I find myself being someone who asks God for a sign. But, then, He sends me what I'm asking for and I still question it.
Whether I'm hoping for, or maybe even against something, it's always comforting when God speaks to us and shows us we're heading in the right direction.
But - God, are you sure? Like, really sure? Really, really sure? That's what you want me to do? Maybe that was just a coincidence. Could you repeat the question, please?
When we question the sign He was willing to send, not only are we prolonging the inevitable, we are downright avoiding whatever the situation is at all cost and that does not show our faith or trust we are meant to have.
In reality, our trust should be so big we don't even ask for a big arrow with flashing lights that move and say, "this way, go this way!"
When my heart is utterly unsure of what I'm supposed to do, I turn to God. But, I have a terrible time accepting when He responds to my request.
What He wants us to do or the path we should take doesn't line up with other people, or goodness forbid, give people the opportunity to think you've gone mad, it can be hard to accept.
Whatever is stopping you, whether it's fear, stuborness, or you just downright disagree that this is the path for you, God is reassuring you of what you asked.
He does not lead us somewhere He will not only plant us, but grow, thrive, or have the opportunity to change entirely.
It only takes that little mustard seed of faith to see the wonderful things God has in store for us. Quit letting the fear of judgement stop you. The only one who can rightfully judge our hearts and actions and it counts, is God.