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    November 17

    Faith empowered or Fear enslaved?

    "…but showing all good faith so that they will adorn the doctrine of God our Savior in every respect."

    Titus 2:10

    Faith is the adornment of doctrine in the life of every follower of Jesus Christ; it's the cloak of truth. Living the Christian life day to day brings with it a variation of challenges and people. Choosing to believe and obey God's Word or His leading,, will empower us to face any and every situation and person, no matter how difficult they may be. Faith empowers us to walk with God, pleasing Him in all things simply by choosing to trust Him; to believe Him. Believing in God and believing God are two different things. Our enemy understands this truth all too well. He will often attack our believing God, rather than, our belief in God because he knows this is where true spiritual power and purity comes from. His weapon of choice; FEAR. Fear stifles faith and breeds mistrust. The greatest enemy of faith is not our circumstances and it's not people; it is fear. When faith is lacking, fear will thrive and just like faith, when given attention, it will increase; it will grow. Fear is never idle but, neither is faith.

     
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