Your degree of faith will speak for you || Faith that commands (part 2)

Merry Christmas to you! Your are welcome to the part 2 of faith topic. If you were here on the blog last week you would remember that we discussed the part 1. In case you missed it please click here to read. So today, I will be sharing some Biblical truths that you need to key in to the kind of faith that commands power. In essence, I will be sharing some secrets about the power in your tongue, the hidden mysteries of positive affirmations and declarations.

sounds interesting or familiar? OK let's go!

Your degree of faith will speak for you || faith that believes (part 1)

Hey there champions, welcome to weekly words for the moment. Today we will be picking up from where we stopped last week. If you missed the first post on this topic please click here. Ok! now that you are back here, still on faith but not just any kind of faith but the kind of faith that believes.
Do you find yourselves struggling with doubts, disbelieve and ignorance?

The flipside of the Coin || the side you don't wish to be on

This is the truth about being on the other
side. You will have to get a taste of both sides of life before you can truly appreciate and value the lessons learnt. Unless you experience what it feels like to be on the other side of any situation, you may not understand what I'm talking about now.
If at all you have not yet experience the both sides of life situations this post is to help you create awareness about some ironies in life, appreciate life the more, learn more yet be thankful for the grace to be where you are now.
On the other hand, if you have had a taste of both sides of life, good or bad, smiles or sadness, today's post is for you as well. It is to encourage you to learn through life, appreciate the struggles and the lessons along the way.

Faith is not only for missionaries, you need a pinch of it

You are welcome to today's weekly words for the moment.
I was privileged to see a movie that moved my sense of reasoning.
In one of the scenes, a character said to his co-character in the movie 'have faith' concerning the situation that they were facing, according to the story line. The co-character who was told to have faith immediately replied sarcastically 'faith' is for missionaries, give me an immediate result'.

Weekly words for the moment || The truth is not to hurt you, it is to prepare you for what is ahead

The truth is bitter, it breaks but it also comforts. The after effects are not always as bad as the opposite sides - ignorance and lies. God Himself did not lie that we will not encounter the storms of life but He told us the truth so that we might be prepared to face them in Isaiah 43:2
"when thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee; and through the rivers, they shall not overflow thee: when thou walkest through the fire, thou shalt not be burned; neither shall the flames kindle upon you".