Sermon on Can God Trust You? Can god depend on you?

Sermon on Can God Trust You?


Have you ever considered whether God can truly trust you? Today, we'll explore the qualities and characteristics that determine whether we are trustworthy in the eyes of God. As we delve into Scripture, let us reflect on our lives and strive to be faithful and trustworthy servants of the Lord. Can you be trusted? Can god count you?

-- Ads --

1: The Call to Disposition (Isaiah 6:8)

Like Isaiah, who responded to God's call with humility and willingness, we are called to have a disposition that is open and receptive to God's leading in our lives. May we echo Isaiah's words, "Here am I, send me," as we offer ourselves to be used by God for His purposes.

2: Strive, God trusted in Joshua (Joshua 1:6)

God entrusted Joshua with the responsibility of leading His people into the promised land because Joshua was faithful and obedient. Similarly, we must strive to be trustworthy and obedient servants, knowing that God places His trust in those who walk in His ways.

3: Humility in the Face of God’s Call (James 4:10)

Humility is essential in earning God's trust. When we humble ourselves before God, acknowledging our dependence on Him and His sovereignty, He is able to entrust us with greater responsibilities and blessings.

4: Obedience to the Voice of God (1 Samuel 15:22)

God values obedience above sacrifices and offerings. Like Samuel, let us obey the voice of God promptly and wholeheartedly, knowing that obedience is the hallmark of a trustworthy servant.

-- Ads --

5: Being a Vessel in the Hands of the Potter (Romans 9:21)

God is the potter, and we are the clay. As vessels in His hands, we must yield ourselves to His shaping and molding, allowing Him to work in and through us according to His perfect will.

6: Perseverance in the Work of the Lord (1 Corinthians 15:58)

To earn God's trust, we must persevere in the work of the Lord, knowing that our labor is not in vain. Let us remain steadfast, immovable, and always abounding in the work of the Lord, for our labor will be rewarded.

7: Being an Instrument of Mercy and Grace (1 Corinthians 15:10)

God's trust in us is not based on our own merit but on His abundant grace and mercy. Like Paul, may we recognize that it is by the grace of God that we are what we are, and may we faithfully steward the trust He has placed in us.

8: Faithfulness in Littleness (Luke 16:10)

Faithfulness in small matters demonstrates our trustworthiness to handle greater responsibilities. Let us prove ourselves faithful in the little things, knowing that God entrusts us with more when He sees our faithfulness.

Sermon on Can God Trust You?

  1. Sermon on Are You Listening to the Voice of God?
  2. Sermon on Are You a Christian?
  3. Sermon on Are You Saved?


Dear friends, can God trust you? As we reflect on the qualities of trustworthiness outlined in Scripture, may we strive to cultivate a heart that is humble, obedient, and faithful in all things. Let us be vessels in the hands of the Potter, yielding ourselves to His shaping and molding, and may we persevere in the work of the Lord with unwavering faith and dedication. May our lives be a testimony to God's trustworthiness, and may He find us faithful and trustworthy servants when He returns.

About | Terms of Use | Cookies Policies | Privacy Policy

Sermons and Bible Studies

John 3:16: For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life (NVI)