Leap of Faith September

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Photo credit: Kath dela cruz

Photo credit: Kath dela cruz

Our conviction to God defines us. Basically it begins from Christ working in our HEARTS. :)

Our intentions and desires can be Godly but oftentimes it’s worldly, selfish, and that is where the struggle begun.

I use to hear from brethren “let’s make our hearts right before God” and this brought a huge impact in my Christian journey. Ever since I heard it, the awareness of God’s presence has been there.

Maybe there is big difference on how we act when we’re in a crowd and when we’re alone. But there is much more difference knowing God is ALWAYS watching us.

He knows the condition of our mind and heart, He knows EVERYTHING.

With which, the essence of submission should be realized.

Submission to SOMEONE that can sustain life ETERNALLY. :)

Prayer requires Godly conviction, asking God to correct our hearts before Him. The reason why we still fall short in obeying God, we missed to prepare our hearts in full conviction. Not submitting wholly but with reservation.

Let’s humble our hearts and depend on Christ as we continuously learn, receive, and hear from His word, let’s DO it FAITHFULLY with Godly conviction. 

ღ Those things which ye have both learned, received, and heard, and seen in me, DO: and the God of peace shall be with you. ~Philippians 4:9

Leap of Faith August

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-Photo credit: Kath dela Cruz

-Photo credit: Kath dela Cruz

It takes FAITH to be truthful. :)

Oftentimes circumstances in our lives challenges us to tell the truth even if it hurts; even if it will put us on shame, even if it will place you into trouble.

Because delivering TRUTH out from our lives demands us bear pain; to put down our pride; and to submit to God by FAITH. ♥

Keeping up a pure conscience will build confidence and peace in our hearts. It creates credibility to our personality. And most important, it pleases God to see us growing deeply in love with Him. ” If ye love me, keep my commandments. ~ John 14:15 ” ♥

There’s only one truth here on earth, and that’s the word of God! :) The only words that makes one person free from anything. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free ~ John 8:32 “ Taking us away from deceit and ignorance ” As obedient children, not fashioning yourselves according to the former lusts in your ignorance. ~ 1 Peter 1:14 ” And stirring us to seek His will towards our lives.

I have chosen the way of truth: thy judgments have I laid before me. ~ Psalms 119:30

Leap Of Faith: July

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Photo credit: Kath dela Cruz

Photo credit: Kath dela Cruz

Excitement fires up, when everything falls into places. The flame even starts to roar when it goes beyond from what we’ve expected. And as the Sun stimulate heat waves, we can easily praise and thank God for helping us keep the fire burning.

As the flame keeps on raging, wind starts to breeze, the sky are becoming darker, until the rain pour. It’s like, the fire within is striving now to flame in the midst of a strong storm and heavy rain.

Crying out for the Sun to show up. Beginning to question “where is God?” Not knowing that the Sun being longed for never left its place. :)

Not feeling God’s presence doesn’t mean we’ve been forsaken. Sometimes storm clouds passes by, carrying heavy rains ready to pour and turn out the fire.

DON’T LET THE FIRE DIE! You and I can do something to keep it. Because the Lord has provided us His words full of instructions, promises, and encouragement that we can use as guide throughout stormy days. So we can keep the fire burning!

The question is have we taken His words?

It takes a leap of FAITH for us to feel the heat of the Sun in the middle of heavy rain. It takes a leap of FAITH for us to see the Sun rays in the midst of dark clouds. It takes a leap of FAITH to believe that God is with us through our deepest pain and sorrow.

Sun will always be there even in our stormy days. ;)

Together let’s keep our FAITH on Christ Jesus our Lord the only ONE Who can keep the FIRE burning! ♥ :)

 ღ And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me. ~ 2 Corinthians 12:9

 

 

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