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11  Phrases  related  to   Trust  in  God   ( 721 ) 
  Unwavering Trust in God   ( 23 )     >   undeviating trust in God
+    Abiding Trust in God     ( 6 )       
   Trust in the Lord   ( 236 )      >    Trust in the Lord at all times  ( 4 )
.  .  .  Trust  in  God
     Firm Trust in God    ( 45 )    >    activity united with firm trust in God
      we must trust in the merits of .  .  .   ( 20 )      >
 +      Learn to Trust in God
      Puts his Trust in god
 +       Real Trust in God
       A Habbit to Trust in god
       +      Trust in Him  ( 747 )    >   trust fully in Him  ( 15 )
I am so thankful that we can trust in God. And the Lord is honored when we trust in Him, bringing to Him all our perplexities. . . . The Lord Jehovah did not deem the principles of salvation complete while invested only with His own love. By His own appointment He has placed at His altar an Advocate clothed in our nature. As our Intercessor, His office work is to introduce us to God as His sons and daughters. Christ intercedes in behalf of those who have received Him. To them He gives power, by virtue of His own merits, to become members of the royal family, children of the heavenly King. And the Father demonstrates His infinite love for Christ, who paid our ransom by His blood, by receiving and welcoming Christ's friends as His friends. He is satisfied with the atonement made. He is glorified by the incarnation, the life, death, and mediation of His Son.  {HP 77.2}
Trust  in  God's .  .  .
+     Trust in God's Guidance
+    Trust in God's Power to Save   (  )
+    Trust in God and His promises
 Distrust  of  God  
    distrust  of  God    ( 42 )     >   
Trust in Human     ( 27 )
+    Trust in Human Beings    (  )
  Trust in Human Power   (  )
 Trust in Human Wisdom   (  )

          My personal favorite
Amid the snares to which all are exposed, they need strong and trustworthy defenses on which to rely. Many, in this corrupt age, have so small a supply of the grace of God, that in many instances their defense is broken down by the first assault, and fierce temptations take them captives. The shield of grace can preserve all unconquered by the temptations of the enemy, though surrounded with the most corrupting influences. By firm principle and unwavering trust in God, their virtue and nobleness of character can shine; and, although surrounded with evil, no taint need be left upon their virtue and integrity. And if, like Joseph, they suffer calumny and false accusations, Providence will overrule all the enemy's devices for good, and God will, in his own time, exalt as much higher, as for awhile they were debased by wicked revenge.  {1SP 133.1}  {3SG 145.1}  {1BC 1097.3}  {ST, January 8, 1880 par. 10}
The book abounded in assurances of God’s willingness to save to the uttermostthose who should place their trust fully in Him. As He had wrought in their deliverance from Egyptian bondage, so would He work mightily in establishing them in the Land of Promise and in placing them at the head of the nations of earth. { PK 393.3 }  Read entire chapter 33
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