JOIN ME HERE IN YOUR AWESOME FAITH CELEBRATED TO EMPOWER YOURSELVES

AWESOME
AWESOME

FAITH CELEBRATED

I love my faith do you love (like yours)?

I am not saying I am better than you or that my faith is better I am (humbly asking trying) the above question. I have trials and tribulations like anyone else. Life keep showing up! I am right now in the midst of an illness it has gone on for years and what happens is that something else pops up. Just when I think I am over the hurdle it happens again. Is not that just life?

We were never promised a rose garden were we?

But faith has helped me tremendously in my life and especially now. Every time I am kicked down I reach in and reach up from more. More of the faith that is not more the trials. I do this through accepting what has happened and try to find how I can deal with it in a gets easier as I go along day-to-day and sometimes I do have setbacks with my faith and my illnesses, but I try not to let that last.

One of the things I pull out of my arsenault is perseverance. I can be a persistent little thing. But it’s hard at times when body and mind will not cooperate (severe fatigue, pain etc.…).

Also my biggest and precious weapon is prayer. I do prayer all locked. I do have certain prayers and change them sometimes. What are yours? I encourage you to know them and make them a part of your life I believe prayer will help and FAITH HEALS.

angel praying for you

I’ll talk about my faith often but my faith words can be turned into your faith words. Remember the words are interchangeable.

thank you for reading
thank you for reading

CHRISTian poetry ~ by deborah ann

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One Reply to “JOIN ME HERE IN YOUR AWESOME FAITH CELEBRATED TO EMPOWER YOURSELVES”

  1. Yes, I love my faith, too – as I love faith itself. Pure logic, deductive reasoning, and scientific proof have their places and importance. (The good old cranium, thinking about the title of your blog.) But, there is nothing so daring, loving, powerful and beautiful as a leap of faith. What you say about perseverance and prayer being important is so true, they nourish and sustain us. And I really like what you say here about “faith words”… We may use different names and phrase things differently, but people of faith share everything essential. My “best” prayers are wordless reflections on the beauty of creation, gratitude to the Author of Life, and realizing the lessons (sometimes hard-learned lessons) about the power of love.
    Pax Christi
    Christina

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