Where is Your Faith?

Would you trust any human beings to decide what is right or wrong for you?

If you trust the government and science with the vaccine, why? It was science that got us in this mess.

I put my trust in God over the government and science.

My faith may not be as strong as some; but I trust the Lord to see me me through. As my grandmother told my mother, “The Lord will never gives you more than you can handle.”

How can you give a faithful account today of the Lord’s great love and patience for all who do not yet believe and know His full forgiveness?

All you have to do is ask God for wisdom and thank Him for His grace.

You just count your blessing for all that the Lord had done for you. He had seen me through some tough times in my life. I don’t know if I can count it all because it’s numerous than the stars in the heaven.

After the flood in Genesis, God put a rainbow in the sky as a covenant between Him and us to remind us of His great love. Believe me, there is no greater promise like God’s promises.

In Psalm 25:10, “All the ways of the Lord is loving and faithful.”

When Peter walked out on the water everything was fine until he looked down. That was when he started to sink. As Jesus reach His hand out to Peter, He said, “Ye of little faith!”

Is that what Jesus is saying to us when we put our trust in man, the government and/or science? I would say He does.

We cannot trust man or the government. They will fail us every time. Not my Lord and Savior though. He promised to never leave nor forsake us. We can trust that promise for God.

Even though Jesus was crucified on the cross and died; He rose again and is seated at the right hand of God our Father. What other religion can say that? There is none!

Even though Jesus may not be here on earth physically, He is still watching over us. Even when He is gone, He will never leave us.

Chapter 11 of Hebrews is known as the faith chapter. In verse 1, “Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.”

In Hebrews 11:6, “Without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him.”

Grace makes us acceptable to God before we even begin our spiritual journey.

It’s through the work of the Holy Spirit that lives in the believers that gives us strength day by day. It’s not the church that saves us anymore than man, the government, or science. Even the church can fail us!

Is this what we’re doing everyday in our neighborhoods, on the job, or even in churches? Are we talking to people, sharing our faith with others? Are we spending our relational bandwidth with our Christian friends and unconsciously excluding those who don’t know Him? Are you unconsciously exclusive to people outside the faith?

It’s not the church building itself that leading people to God. It’s the people who is not afraid to share their faith with others. We all have a story to tell.

So who do you trust as the final authority for truth? Do you trust God or man?

As for me, I will serve and trust the Lord. My trust is in God, Our Father and Jesus our Lord and Savior. I will not put my trust in the government and science; or even man. I will not trust the vaccine no matter what they say.

To those who trust the vaccine, I say to you as Jesus said to Peter, “Ye of little faith!”

They cannot take my faith away. I will trust and obey for there is no better way to be happy in Jesus. The Lord had always come through for me and He never had failed me yet and never will.

We all have a story to tell. What is your story of faith? Are you willing to share that story with others who do not believe?