Tag Archives: faith

Are My Beliefs True or Convenient?

An insightful friend of mine, Fr. Robert, said, “Being able to change is simply part of being a Christian!” True, and too bad the vast majority of “Christians” don’t see it that way. They simply believe either what they are … Continue reading

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Gospel-Centered Expectations

by Timmy Brister Source: timmybrister.com (Gospel-Centered Expectations) I received this article in my email and wanted to pass it along to all of you. Mr. Brister’s insight here means a lot to me personally. God is more than the very … Continue reading

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Is Faith the Same as Trust or Belief?

Without faith we are as weak as the mighty oak whose taproot dies in the soil that feeds it. Todd Beal ♦ I want to thank Lance Ponder for stoking the fire yet again with his post, “Faith: Sell, Tell, … Continue reading

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Why Won’t God Answer My Prayer?

Where belief is absent, doubt replaces faith; without faith, belief is selfish expectation. Todd Beal ♦ I am often puzzled at the dismay people feel when God doesn’t answer their prayers according to their will.

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Creed of Personal Integrity

I will make my own path, I will follow my own rules and if necessary will die for what I know is true. Todd Beal ♦ What is your path; is it yours or predefined by someone else?

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