The Manifestation of Faith

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The Bible teaches that faith will manifest itself in three ways. It will manifest itself in doctrine—in what you believe. It will manifest itself in worship—your communion with God and the fellowship of the church. It will manifest itself in morality—in the way you live and behave. . . . The Bible also teaches that faith does not end with trust in Christ for your salvation. Faith continues. Faith grows. It may be weak at first, but it will become stronger as you begin to read the Bible, pray, go to church, and experience God’s faithfulness in your Christian life. You will learn more and more how to rely on Christ for every need, in meeting every circumstance, and every trial.

What does it mean to grow in your faith?

Prayer for the day

Your Word teaches how greatly You desire for me to rely on Your love and strength. I praise Your name, my Lord and my Redeemer.

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  1. Lisa says:

    When you find yourself alone, try praying continually. Seek God’s face continually. Meditate on God’s Word continually. Seek the Lord with your whole being. Your mind, heart, body and soul. You will find him. Think of being alone this way—God wants to spend alone time with you. Talk to him as if you can see him right next to you. I pray for each and every one of you. God bless.

  2. Joe says:

    Amen! Thank You, Jesus.

  3. Gerry says:

    As I reflect back on my decision to accept Christ 33 years ago, I have mixed emotions. On one hand, I am overjoyed with the fact that God loves me and I’m a member of the family of God. On the other hand, I see I still have a long way to grow. Thank God for His extraordinary patience and His amazing grace.

  4. Sylvia Waymond says:

    Thank you Lord for ordering my footsteps in Thy way.

  5. Linda says:

    Grace and mercy.

  6. Linda says:

    Thanks for your grace and mercy.

  7. Valerie Bouthiller says:

    I feel so alone and do spend most of my time alone.

    1. Pennyi says:

      You’re NEVER alone. God is with you. Just seek and you shall find Him. I love you sister.

    2. Terri says:

      I too feel alone and am alone so much of the time. The Bible teaches that we aren’t ever. “I am with you, even to the ends of the earth.” And it says “I will never leave you or forsake you.” You can trust in His promises and stand firm on them. You are His daughter! You are handpicked by God! He loves you and is right there with you. Perhaps you feel rejected. It is usually our perception of ourselves that makes us feel alone. I pray that God steady your soul and restore your confidence if need be. Besides the Bible, I am reading a book by Lisa Terkeurst called Uninvited. I highly recommend it. She reminds us, through her own experiences, that “we are destined for a love that can never be diminished, tarnished, shaken, or taken.”

    3. Annette says:

      I live alone & mostly alone, but I know there is guidance with me from a higher power that I can’t understand.

    4. Mel Lovitt says:

      Dear friend , when you feel alone the best thing to do is to volunteer somewhere. When you are giving of yourself to help those in need, loneliness is nowhere around. Most importantly, you are obeying the word by helping the least of these. Not to mention how many new friends you will find. Don’t forget one of the tactics of the devil is to get you alone and make you feel alone and that is a lie! Jesus said He will never leave you or forsake you, you are never alone. He is always with you!

  8. RICHARD SMITH says:

    Thank you my Savior and LORD JESUS for your love and grace. Amen.

  9. Rafael muandu says:

    I thanks God for me to be born again, dear Christian I rely need help indeed in my life, I have more than 20 years I’m allows back slyder my desire is to right out people and preach the word ,but I have challenges