Fixed Faith

When people declare Jesus Christ as their savior there comes a sense of security, knowing that Jesus was sacrificed for all of our sins and that he will never forsake us. This faith that grows on us, however, does not mean that we will never fall... It means the opposite. Faith is challenged and faith is tested. If anything, it is now more than ever, that your faith as a believer will be tested. It is now, where more difficult times may come your way, but it is the faith instilled in you that will get you through it. It is the mere fact that "God gives his toughest battles, to his strongest soldiers", and we as believers can't lose sight of that. The enemy is always trying to attack and is always trying to engrave confusion and doubt in our minds, but we must trust that God will never forsake us, because we are his and his mind was made up about us long, long ago. Whenever you find yourself in a tough situation, pray and ask Jesus for clarity and for a way out, put the situation in his hands and just think about what he has gotten you out of before, because it'll be a reminder that he can do it again and again. I watched a sermon once say, "Our God is ABLE, but the key is to have faith that even if he doesn't FIX what we want FIXED, it is because he has a bigger and better plan for you". So just focus on fixing your faith and seeking him every single time.

Writing this blog, just helped me in a tough situation that I am currently in. I hope it helps whoever is reading this. God bless you.

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