Now that you have found out what Faith Is, let us look to see just how that faith looks on you. That’s right; we can look to see just how your faith looks on you. Actually what we are talking about is taking a snapshot of you and your faith. In this snapshot we want to see where you are in accordance with your faith. This is not a snapshot of where you want to be with your faith but one that reveals where you are and where your faith currently stands. You see, you need to determine where you truly are with your faith so that you can know what you need to do and where you need to go to maximize your faith. Once you determine where you are, you can determine the course that you need to take to get you where you want to be with your faith. And then you will be able to determine when you reach your goal. So let us get started.
Sunday, April 28, 2013
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Explaining faith to those who doubt the existence of faith can be summed up similar to this, which surprising supports the existence of faith that can be found in everyone.
A man (woman) agrees to take a job with a company. The company tells the man that he will be paid every two weeks. The man agrees to the terms and accepts the job. The man reports to work the first day, works eight hours, and afterwards, he goes home. The next day the man repeats what he did the first day. The man does the exact same thing for one week straight. This is a classic example of faith in action. The man has placed his faith in the company, believing that he will be paid when he gets to the end of the pay period, which is supported by him going to work every day and not getting any form of compensation during the period. Payday comes and the company gives the man his first paycheck. Now that the man has his paycheck, he does not need faith anymore because the thing that he had hope for, the thing that he believed he was getting from the company is now a reality.