Got Faith? What Is Your Decision About God?
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Be a sinner and sin strongly, but more strongly have faith and rejoice in Christ. ~ Martin Luther
Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see.
What Does Your Faith Look Like To You? Do You Got Faith?
Faith is taking the first step, even when you don’t see the whole staircase. ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.
Matthew 15:28 Then Jesus said to her, “Woman, you have great faith! Your request is granted.” And her daughter was healed at that moment.
“Truly I say to you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” Matthew 17:20
Trust that God has a plan for your life, an idea not to harm you but provide you with hope. Stronger faith starts with childlike faith.
Did you realize that you test your faith every time you sit on a chair? You trust that the chair will be able to support you, which is faith.
When you stop at a red light, and the light turns green, you have faith that the drivers who now have a red light will stop.
My Faith In God Has Helped Me; It Can Help Yours Too!
Thankfully, God miraculously changed my outlook on life, and changed me as a person, although in my life, I still have problems, but, with God, I now can lean on Him for guidance through His word and with prayer.
God put wise people in my life, such as Ron and Sue Sauer and Mark Mallwitz, my mom, and others who have encouraged me through the struggles that I have had. We all can find our selves feeling sad or depressed, but remember that what happens when we put our hope in the Lord! In my attempt to pay it forward, I, too, have tried to point people to God’s love via this website, so people like you can also find similar types of encouragement that I needed in the past that you might need today.
Doubts Are Not From God
We need stronger faithful, especially when things are not looking too good!
Do You Want Your Faith To Make A Difference?
When you question your faith, take a minute to think to yourself of some of the things that God has done in your life already.
Doing this will help stop those thoughts from tempting you to doubt. Those thoughts are not from God; they are from the evil one.
Remember that the Bible teaches us that, in the end, God is victorious, and Satan is defeated. ~ Bill Greguska
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Pastor Ron Sauer and Sister Sue Sauer, are two people who tried to jump-start my dying marriage, which ended up in jump-starting a much stronger faith in God in me!
Pastor Ron and Sue Sauer both did all they could do to help keep my marriage together. Until my ex-decided, she wanted to rediscover her life and divorced me.
Some great things happened when Pastor Ron was our pastor at Redeemer Evangelical Free Church in 2003.
Pastor Ron and Sue poured into me a lot of time and a lot of wisdom. Their help was critical during this tough time in my life. I did what they told me that I needed to do. My ex-was not on the same page, which made things virtually impossible to reconcile our marriage. After the divorce was over in 2007, Sue still kept in touch with me, pointing me to Jesus and helping me get my life back on track via emails, texts regularly, and phone calls once in a while too.
My faith became stronger; the more I communicated with Sue because she always has pointed me to Jesus Christ and his teaching through his word. Sue is a very wise, humble Christian woman.
Pointing Me To Jesus And Getting Back On Track
Do You Want Stronger Faith Too?
After the divorce was over in 2007, Sue still kept in touch with me, leading me to Jesus and helping me get my life back on track via emails, texts regularly, and phone calls once in a while too.
I believe in my heart that Mark Mallwits and Sue Sauer were sent to me by God. The reason I say this is because of how much time and energy they poured into helping me!
I still remember asking Ron and Sue, “What can I give you, or what can I do for you for all of the help you have given me?” They told me, “All they wanted me to do was to encourage others with the encouragement that I have received from Christ.” 2 Corinthians 1:3-4