Kinds of Faith–Choose Your Color
What can I say to you that is new regarding faith?
I can say, what you believe and hope for with determined expectation is faith.
I can say that if you’ve ever gotten something that you wished for unexpectedly that is as a result of faith.
I can say that “faith’ has many definitions, some of them come out of belief in another, a kind of trust in their actions based on what you know about them or of them.
There is faith, as in a collective ideology, such as Catholocism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity which is shared with others.
There is faith in the good standing and reliability of a product or service. You know those trade brands that you use with confidence.
But I think faith overall is the long term stand for your own truth and what is the source for your fulfillment. For me the Holy Spirit, God, the Source, the Almighty –whatever you call the Source for your unfolding—is underneath all my hopes, all my advances, all my fortunate encounters, all of my divine outcomes, everything. I have no way to let go of that faith, even if it were proven somehow, some way that there is no God, I would hold on to my faith that there is–and of course, you know my faith has been proven time after time. God is Red.
Here’s your Daily Word
Monday, April 28, 2014
My faith is strong and my life successful.
Faith is the perceiving power of mind coupled with the power to shape substance. It is knowing that what I seek is already mine in Spirit. Through the power of faith and the energy of God, I cocreate experiences of health, abundance, and joy.
Faith is like the steel used to reinforce and strengthen concrete. Steel provides a strong foundation on which to build a desired structure. Likewise, faith provides a stable foundation for creating the life I want to live.
I allow faith to permeate my mind, filling me with the assurance of God’s good. Day by day, as I live in faith, it grows stronger and my life unfolds with ease and grace.
Who is a rock besides our God? The God who girded me with strength, and made my way safe.—Psalm 18:31-32