Conditioning Our Faith

Thoughts fixed on the things of God and being thankful for God’s grace conditions our faith. God’s mercy is like an ocean which is always full and in constant motion as waves that travel to the shore. For me, James 5:13-20 is about spending more time each day in prayer and praise to God. Here’s a piano piece that can be clicked at this link: Be Thou My Vision: Norm Hastings,Piano or below as you think about what to pray for today. It might be for your day ahead; for a friend, your family, church, or job.

Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he. – Proverbs 29:18

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2 Responses to Conditioning Our Faith

  1. My Tropical Home says:

    Beautiful musical selection, Mark! I was inspired to immediately pray for a group my daughter studied about last year to be able to hear the Good News. And I agree that gratitude for God’s grace strengthens our faith and deepens our relationship with Him.

    I was blessed by this,it was timely. Thank you for sharing.

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