Podcast 014 – “Trust” with Sarah Glassett


“Do I trust God?  Is He worthy of my trust?  Is He really good?”

In this episode of the Arise Ministries Collective Podcast, Lisa asks guest Sarah Glassett for help and clarity answering some of these questions. We hope you’ll find this conversation both helpful and challenging as we talk about trusting God together.

Noteworthy Quotes

“Our trust in people can be broken, but our trust in God is never broken.  Even though we’ve broken that trust with God, He’s steadfast and never changes – which is why we can trust him.”

“Trust is a choice.”

“The Word comes before trusting our gut.”

“God hasn’t given us everything – every bit of knowledge.  He’s given us everything we need to trust Him.  We just have to choose.”

“The more time I spend in the Word, the easier it is to step out in faith and trust.  Ultimately we need to remember the Bible is a book or promises made and promises kept.”

“Not once have I regretted stepping out and trusting that God would lead me, maybe somewhere I didn’t want to go, but that He was going to do beautiful things, to glorify Himself in that circumstance.”

“Trust isn’t about ourselves or building a name for ourselves, or making ourselves strong.  It’s to glorify God.”

“When we spend time adoring God’s character I feel like we can grow in His trust.”

About Sarah Glassett: I am a wife. Mother of two beautiful girls, inside and out. I am passionate about loyalty and authenticity. I love quiet moments, gardening, good books, and the beach. Laughter is of the utmost importance. I am always learning. I love to share how the love of Jesus has made me brave.


  1. I loved this podcast. This spoke directly to this season in my life, where God keeps asking for a little more trust, and then little bit more; and just embracing every moment of it. Thank you for sharing!

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