“Faith is trusting the unknown”

I read this article from Thought Catalog and I want to share this with you. Beautifully written! This speaks to my heart. ❤

Whenever you find yourself doubting about so many things in your life, just remember to have faith in Him. ❤ Remember that all is well. Keep the faith burning alive!

Wherever you are right now, I want you to know that the Lord is with you.

 Whatever you’re facing right now, I want you to know that the Lord is guiding you.

 I know sometimes it seems crazy to believe in the unseen. To put your faith into something you cannot touch, cannot feel, cannot taste, cannot hold, cannot experience in any tangible way. It seems ridiculous to put your heart, your faith, and your trust into a creator who claims to be there, but still seems so physically absent.

 But that is exactly what faith is – trusting the unknown.

Sometimes being a person of faith means letting go altogether.

See, true faith is letting yourself be led. It’s putting aside your own selfish desires and self-proclaimed strengths and leaning into Him fully. It’s not trying to have all the answers, make all the decisions, be the one in charge because we’re all imperfect beings and simply can’t be.

True faith is knowing we serve a loving God who is guiding us and fighting with us every step of the way.

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Faith is letting yourself be led. It’s letting go of your rules and expectations and saying, “God, this is in your hands.” It’s trusting Him when you feel like you’re on top of the world, and it’s keeping that faith when you’re at the end of your rope.

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Know that faith in the unseen is the most difficult and most challenging faith, but in His grace you will be rewarded.”

Taken from: Faith Is Letting Yourself Be Led


lots-of-loveyour-10th-grade-studentsKeeping this here in my blog for future purposes. 🙂 Have a great week everyone!




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