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  1. Jessica,
    Wow. I can relate to having to have faith when things just seem out of control. Having cancer is one of those times. All the sudden, you realize that you really have NO control over most things in your life, and you truly have to “let go and let God.” That is when you can realize how wonderful He is! “Have faith” is a term I used to just not understand. Easy to say, hard to do. Keep praying, God through the Holy Spirit can even help you have the faith you need. Jan

  2. This post coincides with the lesson we did in Sunday school yesterday. God’s ways don’t make sense to us sometimes, but we have to have faith AND patience to see what God can do! With God, all things are possible!

    Thank you for sharing this! It’s a lesson I seem to have to re-learn over and over!

  3. When we’re little we simply have faith that our mommy or daddy will feed us, love us, forgive us, and help us to attain our dreams. Life…changes us and suddenly the faith that should be so simple especially considering who God is becomes incomprehensible though He’s more than capable. Go figure.

    1. One thing that He has been speaking to me this Christmas season is that what He has been doing and is doing in my life is nothing compared to Him coming into this world as a baby, as a child, born of a virgin. If I can do that and defeat death, yes we can have faith like a child. Merry Christmas.

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