Daring Delays

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Editorial and Opinion  |  House: Booksie Classic

There is a thin line between faith and believing. In this piece, the writer explores in a tactile manner the uniqueness of demonstrating faith and simply believing. But, does one lead to the other?

There is a thin line between faith and believing. And the vast majority of people use both words interchangeably. And so, they verticillate in their speeches often from one to the other. However, faith and believing are not the same.

Believing declares and accepts the possibility of occurrence. That is, it accepts strongly that something can happen.

Faith declares the presence of occurrence. It simply says, ‘Look at it.’

Believing says, ‘it can be done.’

Faith shouts, ‘it has been done!’

Believing admits ability, it proclaims capability.

Faith displays results, it puts forth proof.

Believing takes care of skepticism and doubts.

Faith silences delay and denial with a proof

Believing takes care of the mind, it fights out doubts, skepticism, and worry.

Faith is spiritual. It conquers every wall of fear. it is far stronger than gravity more visible than all the forces working on a flying object. Faith pulls to you the answers to your prayers and causes a lifting for life.

 


Submitted: January 05, 2021

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