1 Corinthians 13:12
For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.
It is not always fun or easy but I have never, in looking back, been disappointed in the eventual outcome of my faith walk. God turns hard struggles into victory; although it may not look or feel like victory at the time, it is later evident God was leading and guiding to the way that was best.
Let us talk about faith, what does it mean?
Faith walking is to the natural man an extreme.
Most feel they must see the direction they take,
With eyes are wide open for safety’s sake.
To see obstacles that causes them to fall down;
To see the enemies that is around.
Faith walking may seem as extreme as I have said.
Walking in faith you do not make your own way – you are led.
You must have complete trust in the One that helps you along.
If you stumble, you need to trust, that He, in you is strong.
When there is danger you need to believe no harm
Destroys, for you know the One that guides your arm.
To the world it is foolish to allow another to be in control of you.
To most… to walk in faith is called a fool.
The ones that think they see, blindly walks into the enemy’s snare.
They are being led astray, though they are unaware.
Faith walkers believe God is in perfect control
Even if only bad circumstances they behold
Faith walkers know Jesus loves their life more than they do.
He calls, Come, my chosen, I faith-walk with you.
I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep: for thou, LORD, only makest me dwell in safety.
I walk ahead knowing You lead and guide my path. My steps are ordered by the Lord. If God be for me who can be against me?