Our callings could be at stake if we don’t allow God to deal with our chronic insecurities.
Lord, I don’t want to waver through unbelief regarding Your promises, but I desire to be strengthened in my faith and give glory to You, being fully persuaded that You have the power to do what You promise. You credit this kind of faith to Your children as righteousness! (Rom. 4:20-22).
As a bridegroom rejoices over his bride, so will You rejoice over me (Isa. 64:5b).
Even to my old age and gray hair, You are the One who will sustain me. You made me and You will carry me; You will sustain and You will rescue me. I will remember the former things, those of long ago. You are God, and there is no other! You are God, and there is none like You! (Isa. 46:4, 9).