YetItrust.com was founded, at least in part, because of dissatisfaction with two elements on the internet: 1) a lack of on-going support for Christian sufferers and their family and friends; 2) a lack of sound, biblical material centrally located to help Christians keep their faith in God despite intense suffering personally realized or witnessed. In fact, much of the information on the internet regarding God and suffering is false, though it is paraded as biblical truth. It either says too much or says too little, neither of which is truth (Gal. 1:6-8). As a Christian with Multiple Sclerosis this was very frustrating and discouraging.
As you may have noticed, the domain name yetItrust.com uses words from Job 13:15 where Job declared, “Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him….” The name seemed fitting for two reasons. First, Job was mistaken about the source of his suffering. God wasn’t slaying him, it was the devil’s handiwork. One of the purposes of this site is to provide biblical material that will help Christian sufferers draw logical conclusions about their suffering. Second, “yet I trust” conveys the attitude that every Christian, especially those who are suffering physically, should desire to possess. When you first visit this site you may not be able to say “yet I trust” and truly mean it. However, it is my hope that with the support that this site provides your faith in God might be solidified and strengthened, so you can say with confidence, “yet I trust.”