How much faith would you have in an air trip if you walked on the
plane and saw the pilot frantically reading the planeís ownerís
We have a pair of gorgeous cardinals that visit our bird feeder. To
me, all cardinals of each sex look exactly alike. So, how does each
bird recognize itís mate? I donít have a clue, but Iím not an
Out of the millions of Christians alive in the world today, how does
God recognize us individually and our needs. I donít have a clue,
but Iím not God. Christianity is based on faith. If you were
required to answer every question regarding Godís knowledge in a
scientific way in order to become a Christian, you nor I would have
even a faint chance. You must believe the claims of Christ by faith,
just as you do when you step on an airplane with faith in its ability
to fly. Some things simply require trust. When you buy a hotdog
you have to trust that it is made of valid meat and not 50/50 -- one
hog and one horse. Every day, hundreds of things we do require
faith. Faith is not some weird etheral act -- it is normal in life.
Acts 16:5 (nlt), ďSo the churches were strengthened in their faith
and grew daily in numbers.Ē Thatís exactly why you need to go to
church regularly -- to get your faith strengthened. You canít go it
alone and have a strong faith.
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I agree. My faith is tested and stretched to the limit most every day. Because we couldn't take a single breath without faith. We have to believe that God will allow that next breath of life come to us. Good article.