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The deepest lessons and example of faith.

Posted by appolus on August 20, 2015

The deepest lessons on faithfulness come in the midst of the fires and the tribulations of life. The basic accusation of the enemy against God is ” they only love you and follow you for what they have been given or what they can get.” Therefore the greatest expressions of faith, trust in God, comes in the midst of endurance, a less than popular word. Yet think of Jesus, our highest example. From the glories of heaven where the host bow down and cry Holy, to the lowest depths of the earth where He stripped and hung naked on a cross and mocked and humiliated by mere mortals. He endures all of this and never denies His Father and stays right there on the cross because of His love and obedience. This is trust in God in action. The Word becomes flesh and light conquers darkness.

3 Responses to “The deepest lessons and example of faith.”

  1. Viviana said

    Endurance and trust, faith in action.
    That is what I need personally every day.
    I have a little prayer that I say when I get wore down.
    Blessed be the blood of our Lord Jesus.
    And it helps me, to remind me how much Jesus came to do for us, what he gave for us, sooooo much.
    Thank you.

  2. LAMAD said

    And thus the need for another less than popular concept: Absolute Surrender. Without this surrendering we can’t endure, simply because we run out of steam relying on our self. Oh for the day when preachers will once again teach the idea of surrender and abandon their addiction to “worship experiences” and the many other spirit-sapping concepts and teachings found in today’s selfish and lazy pulpits.

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