Trustfulness of Faith

Trustfulness is a mark of mature faith (like that of Abraham and Moses). It is both a characteristic of mature faith, and a characteristic that heps faith mature.

The fruit of faith is a quiet, steady, unwavering trust in the goodness, wisdom, and faithfulness of God Almighty.

The outward expression of this kind of trust is stabiity.



Have Faith in God

Mark 11:22  And Jesus answering saith unto them, Have faith in God.

Faith  beyond saving faith is of the utomost importance for the believer.

The believer cannot please God without faith Hebrews 11:6,

We must believe that He is and is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.

Without faith we cannot be saved. Without faith we cannot pray acceptably, nor live victoriously.

Next, we are commanded to have faith. "Have faith in God."

It is a plain command.


Planning by Faith

You are planning by faith when you make God-sized Plans.

What are God-sized Plans?

They are plans so big they cannot be achieved unless God steps in to help.

If you are seeing little happening in your life, it may be simply because you are aiming at nothing!

To be spiritually at ease about planning, you should not have a divided mind about it.

So let's sk:  is planning in any form pleasing to God?


Galatians 4 verse 4

Galatians 4:4  But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law

What a simple verse, yet how full of meaning for a life of faith.

Think what the fulness of time implied.

Jesus, Light of the world, had to be conceived at Hanukkah.

He had to be born at Sukkot (not Christmas, which was adopted as the Nativity to fit in with pagan customs).

John Baptist had to be born on the day of Pesach (Passover), fitting for one who would announce Jesus as the Lamb of God.