When we look at our less-than-perfect faith today, what are we to learn? We know we believe. We know we have faith. We know we want to walk more faithfully than we do, but what we are we to conclude when we see ourselves — again — throwing our God and our neighbors “under the bus” while we selfishly and recklessly worship ourselves? I am fairly sure the story of Abraham and the words of Paul will be of great assistance to us today.
Abraham proves to be a man of great faith. When reading his life story, there are times when Abraham seems to stand head-and-shoulders above most worshipers. God commands him to leave his family, his country, his people and all that is comfortable to him. God then instructs him to travel to an undisclosed location, and faithfully Abraham believes God, forsakes his old life, and…
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