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Do I Have Faith?

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There are some days where I constantly and continuously question my faith. Maybe you do too. But I am definitely like Rheyna where she says: “Sometimes I wish I had to ability to drive up to Jesus’ house, knock on his door and ask him a few questions. I’d ask Him to explain why things happen the way that they do. I’d plead with him to show me His perspective. How does this work out in the end?” I don’t only have a few questions – I have lots! Thank goodness I can’t physically knock on God’s door or ring his doorbell!
But let’s remember that faith is a choice where we either choose to believe or not believe, to either know that God is with us or feel He is not.
What’s it going to be for you? I know what it’s going to be for me.

The Happy Heart

Sometimes I wish I had to ability to drive up to Jesus’ house, knock on his door and ask him a few questions.  I’d ask Him to explain why things happen the way that they do.  I’d plead with him to show me His perspective.  How does this work out in the end?

I know that nothing is beyond the sight of God.  Nothing goes unnoticed.  Sometimes that brings me peace and other times it frustrates me when I fail to see how He’s moving.

But that’s just the thing about faith.  When I see a person standing before me, I don’t need faith to believe that they are there.  Faith is born in the moments when I don’t see.  I don’t hear.  I don’t feel.

In those moments, I have a choice.

Am I going to believe?

Am I going to have faith that just because the air around…

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Author: galeweithers

Barbadian mother of teenager; lover of laughter; happy to follow God's lead to be a rainbow in the lives of others.

One thought on “Do I Have Faith?

  1. Galee timely as always. ……….

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