Faith and Uncertainty

by Mark T. Hancock · 1 comment

The Greatness of God in us demands our highest level of living, which means our faith progress is a vertical process.

If we consider uncertainty as a wall that restricts our progress, we can view our faith as a ladder.  In an intentional effort of our will resting on our absolute confidence in Him, we can lean our ladder of faith against uncertainty.  Without engaging uncertainty our faith lays flat.

Our faith must be extended. It must do more. It must carry us into the realm of the impossible – where God does His best stuff.

This takes courage.  But remember that courage isn’t the absence of fear, it is action in spite of fear.

In this, faith is the substance of our hope and the evidence of what we can’t quite yet see (Hebrews 11:1).

Meet the challenge before you by engaging your faith for greater things.

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Christina Lusk May 12, 2010 at 10:26 pm

Usually, at my house the kids ask over and over if we will do such-and-such after I have already said “No.” Good post. People need to know what to pray (or what not to) for in order to see God move in their lives. Good stuff.

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