Is faith believing that your deceased loved one will appreciate your cup of coffee at the altar?
Is faith remembering the birthdays and anniversaries of your deceased loved ones or ancestors and hoping that they will appreciate?
What is in a ‘birthday’? Is there something as ‘deathday’? Does a birthday matter after ‘deathday’?
Is faith asking your ancestors for 4D and Toto numbers?
I’m just thinking aloud.
Jesus didn’t come into the world just so that you remember him only on Christmas or Easter.
Jesus didn’t come into the world just so that you have to travel all the way to Israel to visit the Garden Tomb or Jerusalem to worship or know him.
Jesus doesn’t need your ‘sacrifices’ because he has already sacrificed himself for you.
Jesus doesn’t need your time either.
Faith is believing without seeing.
Faith is believing despite your circumstances.
If your circumstances doesn’t prove your faith, does that make your faith void?
If God is real => God heals. Logic says that if God does not heal => God is not real. But the original statement is still true. If God is real but does not heal, then the original statement is false. In all other cases, the original statement is true.
But Faith is not Logic or Reason.
You can’t reason out faith.
Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.