Pr. 3:5: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding”
What I have found over the years is that obeying the Lord doesn’t always make logical sense.
One time the Lord told me to take a card and drop it off for a girl. I got to the store to get the card, and the one He pointed out to me was very specific and personal. I barely knew this girl, much less what was going on with her. But I bought it anyway.
I obeyed, and it turned out that it was the Exact card she needed. (She later told me) I didn’t know her circumstances, but God did, and He was able to put a healing balm on her pain through my obedience. It didn’t make 100% sense to me; in fact, I almost felt embarrassed, but I trusted God’s leading over my own understanding.
In my experience, when we trust God over our own understanding, He is able to do wonders in the lives of those around us.
Our own understanding is limited and ever-changing. It’s easier for us to trust in what we can see or have experienced. And just like we once believed in Santa Claus, but later changed our minds, what we understand isn’t static.
God, on the other hand, does not change. He is the same yesterday, today, and forever. He does not change. We can trust in Him as much today as Abraham could trust him when God asked him to sacrifice his own son.
We don’t always understand His ways, but His was are perfect, His Word is flawless, and He shields all who take refuge in Him. (Ps. 18:30)
Trusting in God will never be the wrong decision.
Go for it!