"The heart of her husband does safely trust in her, so that he shall have no need of spoil." - Proverbs 31:11
Webster's Dictionary - Trust: assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something
Strong's Concordance - Trust: to trust, have confidence, be bold, be secure
The husband of a godly woman has confidence and security in the character, abilities, and truth of his wife, and knowing that he can trust her gives him boldness.
1. Proverbs 11:13 - is discreet in what information is given out
2. Proverbs 13:17 - brings healing
3. Proverbs 14:5 - does not lie
4. Proverbs 20:6 - a truly trusty person is hard to find
5. Proverbs 25:13 - is refreshing to those who trust in you
6. Proverbs 25:19 - unfaithfulness will be like a broken foot to those who trust in you
7. Psalm 31:23 - the Lord preserves the faithful
8. Luke 6:10 - is faithful in matters for big and small
9. 1 Corinthians 4:1-2 - we are required to be faithful stewards of God
10. 1 Timothy 3:11 - deacon's wives ought to be faithful in all things
11. James 5:12 - be true to your word
It is hard to find a truly trustworthy person; but, we are stewards of all God has given us and as such we are required to be faithful with it.
A trustworthy person is faithful in all matters, both great and small, no matter who is watching or what rewards will come. They never lie, but are also discreet about what information they share - they are not a gossip.
Unfaithfulness will be like a broken foot to those who trust in you, hindering them from their own work and causing pain. But, true faithfulness will be refreshing to those who trust in you and will bring healing.
A deacon's wife specifically ought to be faithful in all things but truly any man would be desirous of a trustworthy wife, because her reliability will be of great benefit to them both. God also will preserve those who are trustworthy and faithful to Him.