Practice makes perfect. I have personally seen the relevance of this old adage increase with each passing day, as both the routines and dynamism of life pose new challenges on a daily basis; and although we may not be privy to tomorrow’s challenges, our ‘faith in action’ offers us the assurance that everything… and I mean everything, will be just fine.
Faith is described in Hebrews 11:1 as “...the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.“
It is hard to believe that the Apostle Paul was merely offering a definition of the cornerstone of our relationship with God. In fact, this famed biblical verse is no definition at all, but an exposition on the operative value of faith.
When we exercise our faith, our relationship with God deepens, as that faith becomes confidence, and that confidence, trust.
Exercise your faith today, so that you will know where to turn, how to stand, and what to believe, when life’s difficult moments arise. You can only know the power of God by proving Him in your own life and circumstance.