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FAITH. what does it mean? in dictionary.com, it is defined as belief that is not based on proof. in the bible, faith is defined as is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see. the two definitions are not much of a different. by having faith, we should believe in God, in any situations, even in bad times. we should believe that God has a purpose in letting it happen, and we should believe that in the end, everything will be beautiful. because we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose [Romans 8:28] so we should not be afraid. instead, we should keep on rejoicing and thank God for everything. He knows. He understands. He cares. He strengthens. He is good.

so, if right now you are having some problems, or difficult situations, when no one else could help. believe in one name, that is Jesus Christ. He is the source of peace, source of strength. you’ll never regret for believing in Him. because He planned everything, He knows what is the best for us. Think this way, all the problems and difficulties you are facing is a process. a process of refinement, so that you can turn out to be a pure gold, that is precious and valuable. because the fact is, to refine gold, there is a process, and the process is not enjoyable. the process of refinement involves fire, beating up and others. all process is bad and hurtful, it is our choice to choose, to just give up, or to struggle because we know that everything will be beautiful in its time [ecclesiastes 3:11]

“keep walking in faith.”


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