Faith-filled or faithless?

Faith-filled people don’t just see with their eyes but they follow their heart. Faithless people have to see with their minds, it has to be logical. Faith-filled people don’t comprehend the entirety of a situation before moving ahead. Faithless people have to have all the answers before moving forward.

Faith-filled people think about what they can give to help. Faithless people only give if it doesn’t cost them too much, hurt their situation, or give them some advantage.

Faith-filled people pray for faithless people. Faithless people criticize faith-filled people for being foolish.

Good news: a faithless person can quickly become a faith-filled person when they recognize their deficit and trust God to increase their faith through His Spirit.

About C.H. Dyer

I am the CEO of Bright Hope. I am dedicated to helping those who earn less than $1.00 a day. There are one billion people in my target market (the extreme poor) and I could use some help. I am a Christian, father of three (two are internationally adopted), entrepreneur, speaker, improving writer and amateur photographer.

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