Stubbornness to Mustard Seed Faith…

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There are only a few times in life where age works against most of us. As children, most of us had the type of faith, wonderment and belief that helped us to know that ANYTHING was possible.

As children, our imagination had no limits but something happens as most of us grow up. Life begins to take over. Responsibilities increase. We make more and more important and wonderful decisions like college, career, marriage and having children.

Every adult makes big decisions every single day. We just have to remember, in our daily decision making, not to forget that there is still a child with imagination, wonderment and faith inside.

It’s THAT child that must be the one that comes to Jesus in faith. It’s THAT child that believes what faith can do. Dig deep, let go and hold the seed in your hand. Close your hand, close your eyes and become the child that Jesus calls to come to Him.

Matthew 17:17-21

Contemporary English Version (CEV)

17 Jesus said, “You people are too stubborn to have any faith! How much longer must I be with you? Why do I have to put up with you? Bring the boy here.” 18 Then Jesus spoke sternly to the demon. It went out of the boy, and right then he was healed.

19 Later the disciples went to Jesus in private and asked him, “Why couldn’t we force out the demon?”

20-21 Jesus replied:

It is because you don’t have enough faith! But I can promise you this. If you had faith no larger than a mustard seed, you could tell this mountain to move from here to there. And it would. Everything would be possible for you.

Please enjoy the worship video performed by Todd Galberth entitled, “Lord You Are Good.”

I love you with an amazing and everlasting love.

Rev. Marcia Davis

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