Know therefore that the LORD your God is God; he is the faithful God, keeping his covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love him and keep his commands. -Deut 7:9
I am sometimes a bit shaky when I talk to people with cancer. I can relate to the trials their families are dealing with, but when they ask how my experience with cancer turned out...
I'm a widow, it didn't end well.
I know a lot about working doctors' offices, I know about the medi-port, I know about the pumps that administer chemo as if it were an insulin pump. I know about the huge radiation machines. I know about talking to your kids.
I can't assure that all will be well on this earth - I can't. For Christians, I can say that what we deal with on this earth is as bad as it's going to get. After this life...the bad is all over.
I can say that - no matter what the outcome - my God is in control. My God sees into eternity and my God sees what we cannot and my God does what is right...every...single...time.
"Trust God" seem as if it is only something that you should say. But it is the reality for those who believe. Sometimes it isn't easy to trust...sometimes you just keep on keeping on.