Dare to Believe: Week Eleven

by Jim Hockaday

Many Christians are trying to increase their own faith rather than relying on the faith that is a gift of God. Certainly we can develop our faith as we use it effectively. However, God’s faith is given to us through the work of redemption. It stands on its own as the ability of God to believe for anything.

In fact, Paul described God’s faith as unaffected by what anyone else believes. You too can be confident that regardless of what anyone else thinks, your faith can remain strong.

Don’t put your trust in your ability; rather, be sure that what you possess is what you have received from God. His faith will always stand the test of time and so will yours.

“Father, I thank You for Your faith. I rejoice that Your ability has over whelmed my life with potential. My only source of confidence is You. I ask that You will call Your promises to my remembrance when I face battles today.”