The one thing I know about trust is that we don't normally say it: "I trust you". We simply live our lives in a way that you would if you just assumed that the trust was or wasn't there. We don't, for example, get out of the car every time we press the brakes to make sure that the brake lights lit up properly. We just trust that they do. On the flip side, most of us won't take someone at their word if their word has proven to be faulty.
I wonder why then, we have the constant reminder of trust in God on all of our money? That has often puzzled me. Plus, shouldn't that be the other way around - God trusts us? That would make more sense to me from a logistics perspective, but less sense from the perspective of something you'd want or need to say out loud.
I guess when it all comes down to it, you have to first give it before you can take it away.