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What is the foundation of your faith in God? Part 1

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If we ever had a show that everybody should listen to is the topic we are bringing to you over the next few weeks!

The topic is much needed and we have brought you one of the greatest teachers of this topic to bring it to you! Sis Bobbie Lively has been on this journey of faith for many years.  Her experience, personal knowledge, devotion to study and teach is one we feel blessed to take advantage of for ourselves and share with you.

We all have things that we believe is true and we put our confidence in. How many times have we found that we have put faith in something that turned out to be not true? In building a relationship with God what do you use as your foundation of your faith?  Do you take the word of a preacher, Sunday school teacher, or family member as your absolute authority on the relationship that God wants to have with you?  Do you do the same when it comes to your relationships with friends, your job, your hobbys, or romantic interest.  Of course not!  You use these people to help you set up a base line, but you build your own relationships based on your personal interactions with these people.  It takes time to learn if the word of a person is who the person really is or if they are just show. But this does not change the fact that you have to listen to their words and match it with their actions to make an informed decision.    

We do not know how many shows it will take to cover all of the details of this topic but we want our guest speaker to take as much time as needed.  We encourage your questions.  A foundation with cracks in it is not stable to build on.  The foundation needs to be the strongest point of your building! To have your foundation any less in building your relationship with God is not wise and could cost you your salvation.  What is more important to you then your salvation?  I hope your response is nothing!

 

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