Faith is not a feeling.
The definition of faith is: “complete trust or confidence in someone or something.”
Hebrews 11 defines faith this way: “Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.”
Assurance. Conviction. Confidence. Complete.
Those words are absolute. They are based on facts. Either true or untrue.
And the same is true of our faith. We either have it or we don’t.
Faith is Not a Feeling
Yet far too often, I find myself crying out with the father in Mark 9, “I believe, help my unbelief!”
I know deep down all things are possible for those who believe, yet I get distracted by feelings. By the things of the world. By the enemies lies…
Have you ever found yourself there?
At a point where your faith says all things are possible, but you just can’t see it happening? You don’t dare to hope?
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