What I shall I say unto the Lord, all I have to say is thank You Lord. What I shall I say unto the Lord, all I have to say is thank You Lord. Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, all I have to say is Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, all I have too say is thank You Lord.// Who is like unto Thee O Lord! Who is like unto Thee O Lord! Among the gods, who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiness fearful in praising, doing wonders alleluia.
Faithful Father we bow before, we exalt your Holy Name, we worship You forever. Thank You for Who You are, thank You for Your mercies that enduerth forever. Immortal, Invisible God how Great are You. There is no one to be compared with You. Be Thou magnify forever Amen.
Beloved, how are doing? I hope God is dealing graciously with you? Praise be to Him alone Who loves us with an everlasting love. Great are the works of His hands among us.
Another interesting topic is coming our way today, I so excited about it and sure you will be also. Most often than not, I about hear fear/faith but today we will be looking at doubt/unbelief. There is a thin line between this two and so thin that we must be very careful lest we miss it.
Come along with me as we consider the message below. It is also important we read the bible references include to help us to get the bigger picture. May the Spirit of the living God be our help now and forever.
May we never doubt what God can do. His Word is Yea and Amen. This year of “Glorious Manifestation” we must fail to receive all what God has prepared for those who trust in Him. Yes! come along for further clarification.
Correcting Your Doubt
Jesus reached out His hand, caught hold of him, and said to him, “You of little faith, why did you doubt?”—Matthew 14:31
While it is possible for us to distinguish between doubt and unbelief in theory, it is not so easy in practice. Doubt can move in the direction of unbelief and cross the borderline, but when it does, it ceases to be doubt. The idea of “total” or “complete” doubt is a contradiction in terms, for doubt that is total can no longer be classified as doubt; it is unbelief.
Os Guinness points out that when we attempt to undertake a biblical analysis of doubt, we can come out with either a “hard” or “soft” view of the subject. Those who take a “soft” view of doubt point to how vastly different doubt is from unbelief, and those who take a “hard” view of doubt point out its similarities.
Both views can be drawn out of the Scriptures. Error is usually truth out of balance, and it is important, therefore, that we get a balanced view of what the Bible has to say about doubt. In my view it can be summarized like this—doubt is not the same as unbelief, but unless cor–rected, doubt can naturally lead to unbelief.
This view has helped me avoid what I consider to be the extremes of being too hard or too soft on doubt. It is a condition which must be regarded as serious, but it need not be fatal. Don’t allow your doubts to bring you into condemnation, for when faced and brought into clear perspective, they can be the catalyst to a deeper pursuit of God.
Father, when will I learn that in You all things serve—even doubt? Show me how to turn my doubts into stepping stones and use them to come into an even closer relationship with You. Amen.
What phrase did Jesus often use?
What did He say of the centurion?
Beloved, as you have read, there is just a thin line between “Doubt” and “Unbelief” as we said earlier. We need to watch it else the cares of this world lead us astray.
I know there are situation that make even a believer to start doubting what God can do but even in that I know that God will come He will not be silent forever. Are in any such situation, hold on and never give up. Ask the Holy Spirit to increase your faith or possible help your unbelief and He will do just that. Always remember God is our Helper in our hour of need. Heb 10:37.
Father, us we pray Thee, of our own we can do anything, may Your grace be sufficient for us Amen. I know that Your Hand is always underneath us. Thank You Jesus for this deep assurance. Alleluia Amen.
Remain blessed in the Lord.