Wednesday, March 28, 2012

TRUST Acrostic Challenge

Trust is my One Word for 2012. If you haven’t heard of One Word 2012, it’s choosing one word, through thought and prayer, to focus on for the year. 

Today I’m taking a fun challenge offered by my friend Tracy at My Daily Walk in His Grace. The challenge…to make an acrostic using my one word—Trust.

T he Truth found in God's Word
R eveals His
U nlimited and unending love for us.
S urrendering my will for His
T o experience all He has planned for me.

Trust in God’s word.
Trust in God’s love.
Trust in God’s plan.

This is what I’m striving for.
“For the word of the Lord holds true, and we can trust everything he does.” (Psalm 33:4 NLT)
Do you have one word you’re focusing on this year? Care to take the acrostic challenge? To share, leave a comment and/or link up with Tracy at My Daily Walk in His Grace.

In Christ,
Laura  
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10 comments:

  1. Hi Laura:

    Trust is also my word for the year and I haven't done an acrostic yet. Love yours!

    Blessings,
    Joan

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  2. What a great idea! I heard about "one word" just this week. I like your idea of surrendering to His will to experience all He has. Great post.

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    1. Michelle, thanks so much for your visit and comment! God bless!

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  3. Love your acrostic! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. HI Laura - wow, what a great acrostic. Thanks for linking up. I think everyone giving their word a little more thought definitely brings depth to their walk with it. God bless
    Tracy

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  5. What a neat idea. Using an acrostic would be like rewriting a verse in your own words - digging deeper into the meaning. I will have to try this.

    I used to think I had to wait until I had more trust in order to act. Now I know trust is stepping out in faith, then the trust comes.

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    1. I think when we step out first, our trust grows the most. Thanks for visiting Jean!

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  6. Love your acrostic Laura!! So very true.

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  7. GREAT JOB!!! love it! Of course, I would have to pick a four-syllable word as my one word this year! :) But I'll have to think about this. thank you!

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Thank you for sharing your thoughts!