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10 Bible passages to revitalize your trust in God

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The great bishop and doctor of the Church fathered a child, Adeodatus, meaning 'Gift of God,' out of wedlock and resisted Christianity for a time. But when he experienced a spiritual conversion, he made sure his son was also baptized.
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"Fear not, for I am with you."

When life takes a turn toward the miserable, trusting God can feel difficult. But God continually asks us to trust in him and his words, remembering that he is all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving, and is taking care of you as a Father.

These passages of the Bible will inspire you to embrace this trust, even if it feels difficult. They might give you the added spiritual boost that you need.

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