Believing What You Don’t See

Can you trust what you don’t see?  Of course! What kind of question is that?  Our lives depend on what we cannot see- things like gravity and the air we breathe, just to make two. Faith in Jesus is as natural as faith in each of those things. The problem is that our hearts are skeptical. We find it hard to believe that anyone divine would love us so much. Our experience says, “if it seems too good to be true, it is”. That skepticism is just the trusted form of the response God longs to see from us. 

Inexpressible and glorious joy. I don’t know about you, but I’ve tasted both. I prefer joy over skepticism. 

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