Also, we can trust God to give us wisdom in every circumstance and decision in our lives. It is a foolish woman who thinks that she has enough understanding within herself to live life without asking God for direction. For, no one (except God) knows how a decision, which is made today, will impact life tomorrow. Eve was the smartest woman in the world. She was perfect in every way. She had the perfect mind, the perfect body, the perfect marriage, and the perfect home. But, she screwed it all up with one wrong decision. She is the first example that God gives to us in the Bible to teach us the lesson that we are not to trust in ourselves more than we trust God (Genesis 3). We should learn from our mother Eve, and always remember to trust God to give us the wisdom necessary to make every decision, which we must make.

In the same way, we can trust God to lead us in every circumstance of life in which we find ourselves. As the Lord said, “I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my eye upon you. Be not like a horse or a mule, without understanding, which must be curbed with bit and bridle, or it will not stay near you” (Psalm 32:8-9). There are three main reasons that we can trust God in all of our relationships, situations, and circumstances. First, we can trust God because He knows everything. Second, we can trust God because He loves us perfectly. Finally, we can trust God because He is Holy.

We can trust God because He knows everything that there is to know. In other words, God is all-knowing. God knows everything about us. He knows everything about our pasts. He knows our present circumstances and He knows the outcome of every person’s future. He knows what makes us tick and what ticks us off. He knows what we think about everything in life. He knows every feeling that we have ever felt, and He knows every reason that we have ever felt those feelings. He knows what we think about life and what we think about death. More importantly, He knows everything that there truly is to know about both life and death. God knows all the wrongs that were committed against us and all the wrongs that we have committed against others. God knows us better than anyone else has ever known us, and He knows us better than anyone will ever know us. He even knows us better than we know ourselves. Remarkably, Jesus impressed the all-knowing ability of God on the hearts of His followers by saying, “Are not five sparrows sold for two pennies? And not one of them is forgotten before God. Why, even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not; you are of more value than many sparrows.” (Luke 12:6-7).