Greetings My Friends;
Faith is quite a subject to meditate on. Let's look at a couple of ways people deal with it.
Quite a few people will tell you that they don't have faith. These same people will worry about every little thing. They will tell you that they don't know how to meditate.
As you probably noticed by now, worry is negative meditation. Being so sure everything will go wrong, is faith in the negative. Same effort, different results.
As usual I have a theory. This concerns negative faith. It is much easier in many people's minds to have no faith. You don't have to read and trust the word. You don't have to be disappointed if your prayers are not answered. You think miracles don't happen anymore. Negativity becomes like a security blanket, very comfortable.
In some ways, having real faith is like being adventurous. You read the Word, and believe what it says. You start to exercise your faith with little things, such as a parking space. I did.
As you study more and expand your prayers, you start getting bigger results.You might consider a prayer unanswered if it doesn't turn out the way you expected. When you think about it, you can see it makes sense that it turned out the way it did. So your faith does not go into a tailspin.
No sincere prayer goes unanswered. You will get to the point where you can write down a prayer that is so detailed that most people would say it is impossible. They probably don't know, that nothing is impossible with God.
I find that writing a prayer down, in detail, and quoting a couple of Scriptures that fit the situation brings a prayer to life. After you write it, pray it out loud, and you put it into the spirit world where it can work. Immediately thank God that you have received your answer, and just believe. Thank God every day for the answer to prayer, and speak only positive words. Faith is made to be stretched, because that Is the way, God made it.
Yahweh bless you and keep you
Yahweh cause His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you
Yahweh lift up His face unto you, and appoint unto you peace
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