Faith in God

A simple concept..right? Not really. We may be putting our faith in ourselves and our ability to figure things out..and we might not even realize it. As I sat in church this morning I saw the subtle error in my prayers lately. Help me see things clearly Lord. Show me what to do next Lord. Point me in the right direction. Did you notice the one little word that keeps showing up? Me..that’s the clue. Me. Me. Me.

Here I am asking God for things..believing that I am praying in faith. In reality I am asking Him to give me it will be easier for me to trust Him. He is not answering. He is waiting. He wants me to pray in a different way. He wants me to have faith in be willing to let go of my desire to know longing to unbelief. I can’t do any of that on my own. I need Him to carry comfort me and to give me courage as I continue to walk forward with Him.

Our faith is in God..not in what we can see..not in what we believe or know. Our faith is the God who created it all..our Redeemer. He has given us memories so we are able to remember His promises and our past experiences with Him. He was with us..He is with us..He will be with us. Amazing..a God we can trust fully with every detail of our lives. He is faithful to us no matter how much we struggle or doubt. He will never forsake us.

“Commit everything you do to the Him and He will help you.”

2 thoughts on “Faith in God

  1. Hi Alicia,
    Thank you so much for this post. It has come at just the right moment. I really needed to be reminded this evening that my faith is in God, not in what I can see, what is around me, or even in prayers that revolve around my need to “see” Him the way I want Him to be seen, but, it is in Him who is faithful even when I am faithless.
    Many blessings to you,

  2. Sarah,
    I am so glad that this post came at the right time. It was inspired by a sermon at church that I really needed to hear.

    My new prayer is going to be the one prayed by the father in the gospel of Mark when he brought his son to Jesus for healing. “I my unbelief.”

    Any faith I have is an undeserved gift from our heavenly Father. We walk by faith not by us Lord to continue!

    xoxox Alicia

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s