31 Days of Writing – 31 Days of Scriptures of Faith

hebrews 11 1 31 days of faith 1So today is the first day of the #31DaysofWriting Challenge.  For this series I have chosen to write about 31 Scriptures of faith.  And with what is going on in my life right now, I need all the faith I can find.  My husband was ordained as a Primitive Baptist preacher almost 23 years ago.  As time has passed,  I have heard my husband preach many times.  As with most preachers I have listened to, certain verses are used repeatedly.  One of those verses for my husband is Hebrews 11:1 – “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” 

We need to have faith in our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, but we obviously can not see Him physically.  We can see the evidence of His love around us.  He willingly died on the Cross for our sins.  I did not see that happen.  I can not begin to imagine the agony and pain He endured.  Yet I can see through the words in my Bible the incredible love He had for us.  He willingly died on the cross for our sins.

When we watch someone treat another in love, we see the manifestation of Jesus Christ’s love for us.  I know that He is my personal Lord and Savior.  A couple of years ago, I saw the manifestation of Faith, when a pastor at the church we were currently attending allowed my husband to baptize our sons because that pastor had faith in our beliefs and convictions.  He also allowed my father-in-law, who is also an ordained Primitive Baptist minister, to play a role in the service, even though they had never met.

206247_1942760537780_1505470917_32126690_7877234_n  Faith brings so many opportunities for growth, even when we do not necessarily want the growth.  So what verses come to mind for you regarding faith?  My prayer is that these next 31 days help increase your faith and Scriptures for you to fall back on as you move through your days

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