A 40-Day Faith Challenge
Jesus tells us in Matthew 17:20, that faith the size of a tiny mustard seed is powerful. So, let's plant those seeds and reap the harvest.
The Seed: God's Word
Cleansing Rain: A Reflection on God's Word
Martin Luther King, Jr. said whatever you do, be the best at it. If you are a janitor, be the best janitor you can be. If you are a CEO, be the best CEO. As Christians, we also practice this principle. However, we do not do it to bring glory to ourselves. We do so in order to bring glory to God.
Acknowledging God for His work in our lives builds faith. When we forget to thank God, we may begin to think it is our own doing that brought us through a struggle or accomplished a good deed. But when we thank God, we remember it was through the power of the Holy Spirit that we accomplished good works.
Not only that, but this practice also becomes cyclical. The more I remember to thank God the more I see God’s hand in my life, and the more I want to thank him. God does not need our thanks; it is we who need to acknowledge Him.
Taking Root: Questions to Help You Dig Deeper
SonShine: Shining the Light of Jesus
Daily Sprinkle: A Prayer to Say Throughout the Day
Thank you, God, for the people reading this blog. May their lives be blessed by living faithfully and seeking You above all else. And may they feel Your hand working in their lives. Amen.
I love looking back on past events and thinking, Wow! That was You, God! It is truly a faith-booster.
Thank you for taking the challenge,