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what is faith?

what is faith? 

Tonight’s bible study comes straight from my heart 
What is faith google says faith is complete trust or confidence in someone or something. Faith is believing in something you can’t see.
God wants us to walk by faith in Jesus I know I will walk by faith even when I can not see God. Jesus’s hand will guide my every way we just have to have faith and trust him.

Jesus gives us faith I gave my life to him.

2 Corinthians 21 says I will walk by faith even when I can not see.

Faith can move mountains Jesus holds my head up high I will live for faith. Faith is standing and believing I can do all things through Christ.

I feel like I can relate to the apostle Paul in the Bible because he would pray that God would take away his illness and God said no I use to pray that God would take away my epilepsy and he said no but he did a amazing thing instead through all my suffering and weakness my epilepsy causes he as made me stronger through my weakness he as giving me the Strength I need just like he did for Paul me and Paul’s illness has brought us closer to the lord I feel for Paul living with an illness is never easy it is very hard but with God’s help I know he will never leave me and will help me through my pain and suffering. I learn how to accept my weakness and my illness just like Paul did because it is clear that when I am weak I am the strongest I have faith that Jesus will help me with anything.

 I know God is with me and hears me when I call on him he is my savior and my king he made me just the way I am and I thankful for being me the one and only Angelika.

Faith comes from the heart-knowing and believing in Jesus is too different things you have to believe in him and ask him to forgive you of yours and ask him into your heart he is the one that takes away the sins of the world have faith Jesus loves you and will forgive you know matter what your background is or what you did in the past he will forgive you all you have to do is ask him. 

Jesus died on the cross for our sins because he loves us so much he was willing to die for us I am so thankful for that and happy that the king of the world that of me and I am so thankful I gave him my life Jesus is alive. 

What is faith to you?

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