Trust Your Gut: 30 in 30 on the 30 (4)

Trust your gut. On the Health Aide Kombucha labels it says follow your gut.. Your gut knows.


The word Trust (batach) in Hebrew means to have confidence in, to be bold, secure, to feel safe, secure.

In Philippians 4:19 Paul tells us “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.”

IMG_0017.JPGI think if I have learned a few things over the past few months it’s to listen to your gut. You may or may not know the Lord. The Holy Spirit is inside you if you do, therefore you can trust if God needs to correct you. However, I believe as human beings, God created us to be intuitive creatures, therefore we have the capability to make sound decisions. Yes we might flirt with the argument of feelings vs rational thoughts and logic but your gut is the notion, the nudge that something isn’t right.


I believe everyone’s tipping point is different but all leading us to a a place of clarity and vision. One time I had a boyfriend in college, we didn’t have any mutual friends, and after a couple of weeks, I thought to myself, this guy is sketch. However because of the way I used to operate, I thought to myself let’s just wait and see what happens. Ha. One day I went to his apartment to bring brownies or something stupid and he was mid-thrust with some chick. It was gross. I was humiliated. Listen to your gut. If something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it. Whether that’s buying a cat, or a couch or starting a relationship or taking a job with better perks. Sometimes you get this sense that something isn’t right but you can’t explain it. I guess trusting your gut could be depicted as an uneasy feeling or unsettled or even anxious.


However your body speaks, listen. Your body is more wise than you think or know.

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