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Is Your Faith Alive or is it Just Lip Service? Jesus Continues to Speak

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Star Laughing Fox will not be able to join us today. She sends you her Love and her apologies for not being able to be present. She looks forward to joining us in the near future.

As a small child, I saw the world as a blank slate waiting to be painted and molded by my own design. However, as I grew and dream after dream faded away through bad choices and falsehoods believed by my innocence; doubt began to take over and my dreams began to fade into thin air. Misinterpretation of the Bible taught to me by well-meaning Theologians further confused my young mind and caused me to doubt the power that Jesus spoke of while he was with us. Even though I had totally and completely given my heart to serve my Creator, I still found myself powerless against the turmoil of life. As my journey continued I found that I had become a victim wrapped up in the circumstances of events and the actions of others around me. The feeling I had was one of inadequacy, not having the self-esteem required to believe or have faith in myself. Not only was I unable to change the undesired occurrences of hurtful events within my experience, but similar events happened over and over again. I felt as though no matter what I did, said, thought, dreamt, or desired nothing would ever change. This was my reality and apparently I wasn’t worthy of anything better.

I have been asked to share this with you because it directly relates to today’s topic. Even though I loved God/Creator/I Am Presence and Jesus with all my heart my faith was dead. Jesus wishes to continue last week’s discussion taking it into the realm of Faith. I will also share with you a section in (Ye Are Gods) the book by Anna Lee Skarin on the subject of faith.

 

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