Justin Tucker

LHC Worship Pastor

Psalm 119:105

Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light on my path.

“Take You At Your Word” by Cody Carnes is a powerful reminder of the faithfulness and trustworthiness of God’s promises. It compels us to surrender our doubts, fears, and uncertainties and take God at His Word. In the journey of life, we often encounter challenges and obstacles that test our faith, but God’s Word remains a firm foundation we can rely on.

When God speaks, His Word carries the weight of authority and truth. The Bible is filled with countless promises that provide comfort, guidance, and hope. Yet, sometimes we struggle to fully trust in those promises. We allow circumstances, doubts, and our limited understanding to overshadow the unwavering faithfulness of our Heavenly Father.

But when we choose to take God at His Word, we position ourselves to experience His miraculous power and provision. It’s not about blindly believing; it’s about anchoring our faith in the unchanging nature of God. When He promises to never leave or forsake us, He means it. When He declares that all things work together for the good of those that love God, we can trust Him.

Taking God at His Word requires a surrendered heart and a willingness to let go of our need for control. It means aligning our thoughts, emotions, and actions with the truth of His promises, even when circumstances seem contrary. It’s about finding peace in the midst of the storm and joy in the face of adversity because we know that God is faithful to His Word.

Today, let’s reflect on the lyrics of “Take You At Your Word” and make it our declaration. Let’s choose to lay aside our doubts and fears, and instead, embrace the truth of God’s promises. In every situation, let’s boldly declare, “I’ll take You at Your word, I’ll trust what I have heard, that You’re good, and You’re in control.”

As we surrender to God’s Word, our faith will grow stronger, and we will experience the fulfillment of His promises in our lives. Remember, God’s Word never returns void. So, let us take Him at His Word and step into a deeper level of faith, trusting that He will do what He said He would do.