I trust in your unfailing love.
Joseph, Job, and Jesus defined trust by declaring it, not when things were wonderfully good, but when things were terribly bad.
Joseph: “You intended to harm me but God intended it for good” (Gen. 50:20).
Job: “Though he slay me, yet will I trust him” (Job 13:15).
Jesus: “Father, I entrust my spirit into your hands” (Lk. 23:46).
From these three we learn what trust is:
It is certainty that God is in control, even when it seems that everything is out of control.
It is certainty that God is doing what is right, even when it seems that everything is going wrong.
It is certainty that God is present, even when it seems that he is absent.
When God is all you have,
you have all you need.