Imagine If . . .

Imagine If . . .

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Imagine If . . . You had total faith

Faith means different things to different people.  For many, faith is tied first and foremost to their belief in God.  However, for some it means knowing deep in your heart that something is true.  Meanwhile, others view faith as having complete confidence in themselves, another person, a plan, an animal, an action, or any other thing. Another twist on faith is believing that there is a reason behind everything that happens.  And, some simply say that faith is the belief that the impossible is possible.

How many of us, however, have total, unquestioning  faith?  What does total faith even look like?

If you had total faith, you would not question “why” when something occurs.  Instead, you would know and accept that it is for your higher good.  Likewise, second guessing yourself would be a thing of the past because you would have utmost confidence in your decisions and actions. And, you would believe in miracles because you would know that they are possible.

One Response to Imagine If . . . You had total faith

  1. The rationale brain can interfere with having faith by trying to over analyze situations. Sometimes you just have to accept that things happen for a reason and then move on.


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