Remember To Keep The Faith

1 Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. ~ Hebrews 11:1

As Christians, we are under a new and perfect covenant that is based on the premise of faith. According to Hebrews 11:1, faith is defined as the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen. In other words, faith is believing regardless of whether you see it or not. Faith put into action can be seen as believing that what you prayed for will come to pass. This is the only thing that we can do to be saved. There’s nothing else that any of us can do that can save our souls; according to Ephesians 2:8, we are saved by faith alone. So, if faith is the root of our salvation, then would it not stand to reason that our faith is what the Devil is targeting most?

That’s the first thing the Devil did in the Garden of Eden. He simply cast a little doubt in Eve’s faith, and everything literally went to Hell after that. The Devil doesn’t work harder; he works smarter. He doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel. If it worked back then, then it’ll work today, and it still does. The first thing the Devil does is attack our faith. Whether it’s simply hitting us with a questioning dart or it’s taking things away from us that we cherish so that we begin to doubt God’s love for us. But we can’t give up and throw in the towel. When all things look hopeless and bleak, we have to have faith. When things seem right to man, but we know deep inside of us they are not right to God, we have to have faith. Why? Because that’s literally the definition of faith. We must believe even when our natural eyes can’t see what we’re hoping for and have faith it will come to pass.

Peace. Love. Go Forth and Keep The Faith.

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