Unwavering Faith

Weak and wavering faith is not only found in those who are nominal believers, it is also found among people who walk with The Lord every day. Something in us naturally prevents us from believing miracles and supernatural happenings even when we sincerely believe in God! One of the reasons I have thanked God for His calling to the part of Ghana where we served, is the gift of seeing up close much that only He can do; and seeing this without the distractions that jump in our faces here in the USA; distractions that lead us to believe that miracles are things that a person does. NOT!

Learn to trust that the God we serve is able to do more than we would venture to imagine. Resolve within yourself that what has been revealed to us in the natural is what He knows we can handle; and, if we desire to experience Him fully – – we must open ourselves up to the possibility that all that we know is not all that there is to be known.

Praying that we will let Our Father help Our Unbelief! Asking Him to expand our minds to see beyond what we expect to be true! Begging Him to help us to hold off on our human reasoning when it comes to our view of Him and what He is capable of doing in the world. Teach us, Oh Lord, your ways, so that we remain un-doubtful!

By Faith

In order to embrace a God-given future, we must trust and not waiver in our belief – despite what we see or experience.

We live in an age where we want promises fullfilled now. No waiting; no delays — we want what’s coming to us NOW — just like the prodigal son. However, we must remember that God is an eternal being. He eists outside of time. His promises are eternal also – they exist outside of time.

It is our faithful obedience and service to expectantly believe the promise will come even if it is our resurrected future.

There are many blessings He will grand us now – but if not NOW — will we still believe? If He heals now — if He heals in heaven — we must choose to rejoice either way! I’m speaking from my own personal experience. When my mother had this unexpected bleeding stroke … my cry out to Him was for healing and life. When my best friend, Barbara, was diagnosed with cancer … my cry out to Him was for healing and life. My Ghana mother, Beatrice … healing and life. My dear friend, Francis … healing and life. And what I had to return to truths … they were all believers in Christ and worshippers of the Almighty God! They were all healed completely and are living life eternal! The tears that came were real! But if you talk to me face to fact about any of these dear ones – you will see that all that I feel is gratefulness, thankfulness and pure joy toward The One who gets all glory and praise from me about the beauty of the lives they are living now!

Our heavenly future is greater, for we are only sojourners in this foreign place.

O Lord! please help us to understand that as partakers of Your gift of salvation, we have been given eternal life! Help us to grasp the gravity of this great promise – looking ever toward the eternal, heavenly future that is laid out for us. Help us not get caught up in the now!!