I am a firm believer in the integrity, ability, or character of a person. Therefore having confidence or reliance in trying to gain someones’ trust; believing that our friend or love ones are telling the truth is vital to the act of bolstering that trust. The truth is, confidence and an unwavering belief in someone or something is vital to the wellbeing of any relationship. However, if you lose that trust, it is sometimes impossible to regain. How can we trust someone we do not know? That is a question we must ask ourselves, however, faith especially in a day when it is hard to do so is a vital component to be develop. Our words use to be our bond but that has been thrown out the window. Can anyone blame society for this? Folks are no more reliant and their words don’t mean much anymore. It’s difficult to grapple with this thought but it is true.

Trust is a symbol of faith. At least that is what I believe! When you trust you have confidence in: you rely on: and your heart is at ease with the decisions you make. The Bible says, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and learn not on your own understanding.” The infallible words of God. That’s one thing we can rely on and give total confidence in. He knows humanity and knew his creation was going to confronted with the trust issue. To have trust, reliance and acknowledgment is the key to overcoming the fear we all face in trusting.

The condition and resulting obligation of having confidence placed in someone or something is what we call trust. Naturally when you trust you are not afraid to give custody of or care for a person or thing. You become committed to the care of another. Can you trust without reliance on something or someone in the future? That’s a big one but we have the hope that what we trust for will be accomplished. We have confidence that the future will be better. Trust gives us a sense of reliance on the intention and ability of a person to do what was agreed to without wavering. Our future holds hope for a better tomorrow.

When trust is not forthcoming, we are forced to rely on other means. A relationship which causes the other party to faulter in their obligations creates mistrust that leads to a breakdown their commitment. You have the rights to give another person the entitlement to the benefit of doubts, however, when trust is lost everything becomes blurred and negative vibes starts to develop.

Trust implies depth and assurance of feeling that is often based on inconclusive evidence: Faith connotes unquestioning, often emotionally charged belief: “Often enough our faith beforehand in an uncertified result is the only thing that makes the result come true” (William James). Confidence implies a strong grounds for assurance. I trust that you were enlightened to some extent on what I want to say. Trust me!