The certainty of Faith

[The Glory Unveiled]

He chose to be mistreated along with the people of God rather than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. [ Hebrews 11:25 NIV ]

Faith is certain, audacious, and true, enduring despite time. Moses made a deliberate choice, not compelled, even when the alternatives were clear. He could have lived as a prince with Pharaoh but, in faith, pursued certainty, dismissing fleeting promises of comfort. A person of faith shapes circumstances through the strong arm of faith, esteeming it more certain than visible reality. Moses didn’t undervalue himself or neglect God’s provisions. The certainty of faith relies on our resolve, convictions, and choices anchored in God’s word. God is always faithful, forming the bedrock of our faith. Faith in action is evident when decisions arise from conviction, not emotions. Sin offers momentary pleasures, while faith ensures the fulfillment of hope. Genuine faith compels choices misunderstood by others, as seen with Noah building an Ark, and Abraham journeying to an unknown land. The people of their day thought they were crazy to believe in something they didn’t yet see. Faith is the foundation to reveal the unseen. In the realm of faith, hopes are visible realities awaiting manifestation. Faith is certain because God is faithful. Follow faith’s certainty in every situation.

Prayer_Bead: Faithful God, thank you for the certainty of faith. Help me to depend on you in all things.

Wisdom_Quote: Faith guarantees delivery of what is hoped for.

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