Do you ever struggle to trust that God has your best interests in mind? Are you waiting on things in life that don’t ever seem to fall into place?
Unfolding her life journey and sorrows, Rachel Williams reveals how God is with us in the darkest hours. Rachel is daring – leaving the clichés and trite answers at home, she humbly admits that her faith has at times faltered. Rachel shares personal, deep, and dark moments in her life to help readers see how God has reached her in those places. In this book readers will be challenged to:
- Recognize the difference between wants and needs in relationship with God.
- Seek freedom from shame over mistakes made.
- Move in the direction of trusting God’s wisdom entirely.
- Become equipped to find hope through the midst of uncertainty.
- Learn to walk in freedom from burdens not meant to be carried.
- Pause to answer deep questions to engage with stories and truth
While opening up her heart in order to help others journey through difficult seasons, Rachel shows the reader there is amazing hope and freedom to be found in humility and surrender. Grab a pen and be ready for God to do a beautiful work in you
as you dive into Trust Redefined.
I have known Rachel Williams, author of Trust Redefined, for more than a decade. I have witnessed her struggles, her personal and family growth through all of the hardships she writes about in her book. I can tell you this…She is authentic. Her heart for God is immense.
In this book Rachel shares her darkest times, trusting in herself and what she believed God to be, rather than trusting in His goodness and timing. How when she let herself be led, albeit kick and screaming with a crappy attitude, it was there that God met her and showed her time and again how His was is the path to incredible goodness.
He is waiting for us to ask for His help, He is eager to free us from fears, He alone will be the One to deliver us from them. You and I are NOT meant to make our home among fear.
Rachel Williams, Trust Redefined (page 157)
Rachel shares in a way that is not sanctimonious or in anyway self-glorifying, but very much shows every fault and flaw of her own. It was ONLY through those around her that God worked his plans for her and her family.
Having watched from the sidelines I have wanted a faith like Rachel’s, and that of her family’s. It comes at a price though, a price very few are willing to pay. It requires that we redefine for ourselves what it means to trust God.
There is such a strong disconnect between doing what we believe to be the right thing, and doing what God is asking. It is so hard to know what is the right thing because in all honesty the generations that lived a life in that way have long past and we have no one to model for us what life looks like.
Life rarely goes according to plan. We often go through thinking if we do this right thing, then this will happen. We congratulate ourselves on a life well-lived, that WE have done well good and faithful servant. When in all truth if we are living in that, we are not living in God.
The answer is not in a book written by men or women, but in God. We have to take that first step of blind faith, allowing God to speak to us. For so many that seems impossible, because we have no idea how to even begin.
Rachel’s book and questions are quite possibly the first step we can take on figuring out what that life of trusting God should look like.
Read it. It might not have all the answers you are looking for, but I can assure you it will begin the process in you of questioning whether you are trusting yourself or God.
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