Above the Mountains and the Seas; Faith is!


“Inspired out of Hebrews Eleven”

Faith gives us the assurance that what we hope for will become a reality. Faith is not limited by what our eyes can’t see.

Faith caused the ancients to be commended in the mix of their humanity.

By faith God spoke the words that form our universe; He spoke what was not and it became substance.

Faith makes our acts of worship more than a religious Sunday exercise; it goes beyond our natural lives.

Faith is what pleases our Father.

Faith looks straight at our hearts and causes us to believe that our God is real and that our reward is sure as we earnestly seek Him.

Faith is the premonition of things yet seen; causing you to go to unknown places.

Faith challenges the ages of men and causes them to be fruitful when science runs out of explanation and the logic can’t be explained.

Only faith causes seas to open, walls to fall, great kingdoms to be conquered by the least and the mouths of the lions to be shut.

Faith prevents the rage of the flames and the edge of the sword.

Faith turns the weak man into a terrifying army; calling out the dead and they come into existence once more.

Faith stood valiantly against the hateful torture of its enemies. Mockery could not bring it to a standstill.

Faith took the beating, the chains and the humiliation of the prison.

The stones of disgust could not touch its power. Even when faith is cut in a million pieces it will never lose its integrity.

Faith overpowers silently the denial of the comforts and the injustices of our days for the sake of an invisible promise.

Faith goes beyond our dimension of life; gives us an eternal prospective and is not bound by our present circumstances.

When the miracle doesn’t happen right away, faith is! When all that can be done, is done; faith is! Above tangible results, above success or failure, above the mountains and the seas…faith is!

 

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