~by Donna Kauffman
“That I may know Him, and the power of His resurrection, and the fellowship of His sufferings, being made conformable unto His death.” Philippians 3:10
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“So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God.” Romans 10:17
Some days my faith wavers. I wonder if I have any faith at all. I want to say things like, I’ll try to believe, or I want to believe. The Father reminded me, some time ago, that I continually stagger in my faith as I keep repeating, I’ll try to believe, or I want to believe. I sensed that rather than speaking those words, my faith may be strengthened if I declare truth and state, I do believe; yes the Word says it and I believe it. Indeed I have experienced a deeper faith in my heart as I speak this truth.
Recently I came upon Romans 10:17, and realized my faith will increase through the Word of God. I asked myself the question, Am I robbing myself of a more intense faith as I swiftly move from one thing to the next throughout my morning, and give up precious time of feasting on the Word?
In my heart I long for a deep, settled faith that believes God no matter what the circumstance. While my faith has grown as I speak truth, I am keenly aware that it will strengthen—as I hear and read the Word of God.
Prayer: Father God, by Your presence and power I choose to make time to feast in Your
Word daily. Amen.
Ponder: Take time today to sit at the feet of Jesus.
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