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Worry ends when FAITH begins.

Some of us are born with a God heart that has faith imbued in it; and others have to work on gaining it.

As with all blessings, the challenge of achieving a spiritual goal is far greater, because of having to learn what it is and how to secure it.

Biblically, faith is a consummate belief and trust in God based without evidential proof of the desired expectation.

This idea is associated with “taking a leap of faith,” a common English idiom. 

Amongst all definitions, faith holds a common theme ~ trust. 

Whether you are putting faith in a person, duty or belief, trust is absolutely necessary.

Divine trust is what the virgin Myriam (Mary in Hebrew), manifested when the angel of Our Lord suddenly appeared and declared that she was going to be the mother of Christ Yeshua.

Total Godly trust was also exhibited when Yosef (Joseph in Hebrew) discovered that his virgin wife was pregnant.

Christ Yeshua declared:

"For truly I tell you, if you have faith the size of a tiny mustard seed, you will say to this mountain, 'move from here to there,' and it will move; and nothing will be impossible for you."

Faith is the eternal flame, FEAR is the evil extinguisher.

Faith will pull us out of the deepest chasm, fear will handcuff us to the pit's bottom.

Rooted in faith, hope is an optimistic state of mind that is an expectation of positive outcomes, with respect to events and circumstances in one's life.

Mired in FEAR, today's world is experiencing a hopeless existence leading to mass depression, drug addiction and suicides.

John quoting Christ Yeshua in his gospel 7:38:

“The work of God is to have faith in the one He has sent.”

And "whomever has faith in me, as Scripture has said, rivers of living water will flow from within them."

Infused with UNCONDITIONAL FAITH in His father, Yeshua will leave 99 of His sheep and fearlessly go after the 1 that went astray.

Having gone astray several times in my 72 years, I know that He always rescued me, carried me back to the village and celebrated my recovery.


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