with all our hearts, and do not be convinced by our own finite ability to comprehend. If that which can be comprehended by the physical senses, contradicts that which is promised by God in his everlasting WORD--feel free to totally ignore our own understanding.
People of faith, believe in the supernatural.
Faith is a tangible thing. It has a
substance to it (though most-times we cannot feel it). The very fact
that we have hope for the manifestation of that which we cannot yet see,
is the evidence that the tangible substance of faith is at work in our
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Faith: What are you hoping for?
Posted by Jocelyn Andersen at 8:41:00 AM
Author and publisher, Jocelyn Andersen, speaks on many topics, but whether she is teaching a Bible study, speaking out for equality, talking about compassionate and knowledgeable response to domestic violence, doing workshops on writing and publishing [or any other subject she writes about], her talks and interviews are compelling, practical, and inspiring. Dr. Paul Reeves, called her interview on IMPACT RADIO USA, "Riveting"