Sometimes we think we think in terms of God's faithfulness, only in how things turn out in our lives. If there's a good outcome, we think, "God is faithful." But if not, we just pray and wait. A good place to take; a good act of faith.
I think it's good to come to realize that, no matter what, God is faithful. Even when things don't work out, he is faithful. And to see that manifested in a heart of being content. Being at peace. And continuing to entrust all into the hands of God.
One of my favorite passages is at the end of Romans 8. We read there that no matter what we experience: hunger, persecution, even death itself, nothing in any way can at all separate us from the love of God, in Christ Jesus our Lord. Do we rest in this promise? Are we learning to rest better in our Lord? And in his great faithfulness?
What thought might you like to add here? (This morning, we experienced a power outage where we live. So I type this quickly, here at work. God has helped me to rest better, in his faithfulness, through this little, trivial trouble.)