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Day 16 Fighting the unbelief

Fighting the unbelief


Day 13 was spent on reflecting on the days past and for my private group we focused on guided meditation and channeling our energy on the vision. It was an awesome two days. There are a couple of  people who asked about unbelief. Let's examine it together. I like to ask people who express some unbelief whether verbally or through their actions this question. What do you believe? We spend a lifetime fueling unbelief. Mark 9:24 " help my unbelief". God is not interested in the magnitude of your belief. He is looking for even the smallest traces of evidence of it. Matthew 17:20 If you have the faith of a mustard seed, you can say to a mountain move and it will move. When I ask what do you believe in, I'm really asking what have you placed your faith in. Is it your spouse, your children, your job, your friends, or your church. Before you hurry and answer no let me define faith. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary  faith is an allegiance to duty or a person. Where is your allegiance? Who are you defending and trusting? So many of us pray and see God as a saving grace to thank from time to time or when convenient but is he our ally do we really pledge allegiance to him. Don't wrestle with your unbelief just focus on fully pledging your allegiance. God will take care of the rest.

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