How Big Is Your Faith?

Noah’s Ark.

Recently, I watched a video with friends about a gentleman that supposedly found Noah’s Ark years ago, as well as, other Biblical finds.

To be honest, watching the video about these different archaeological finds had me skeptical.

Who knows if Noah’s Ark has actually been found? Only God knows.

We can assume major things by huge amounts of evidence.

Unfortunately, some people need neon signs with big arrows directing their next steps. They need definite proof that God is who He says He is.

Is it because if we know Noah’s Ark is found that that proves that Noah was real? That the Bible isn’t just a fairytale book? If God and the Bible is proven true then we can feel safe in placing our faith in God?

If we have accepted Christ into our hearts, we shouldn’t need proof of any size.

 

Matthew 17:20

“And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.”

God can do amazing things in our lives, whether our faith is the size of a mustard seed or the size of a mountain.

I’m in awe at people who are going through something like cancer and they still proclaim God’s goodness. I can only hope when something major (or not major) happens in my life that I will give God the praise and glory for all that He does – no matter the outcome.

It takes faith to fully trust that God has us in His hands no matter the situation.

God asks that our faith be just the size of a mustard seed.

How big is your faith?

 

 


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