There are various sorts of faith in this place we live in. Our beliefs may contradict some other beliefs. Some of the principles we hold true are not as exact as what other stand for. Our faith can move mountains, while others don’t believe that miracles are works of the creator. The Apostle Paul said, “…though I have all faith”. He is pertaining to a special faith that is attained by love. Love brings faith. Galatians 5:6 says, “for faith worketh by love”.
Our faith can move mountains, while others don’t believe that miracles are works of the creator.
Love for the Lord brings faith. When you love God, you are willing to do whatever it takes just to show your love and admiration. Your love removes all barriers, including doubts. It is written in Matthew 17:20, “If you have faith as a grain of mustard-seed, you shall say unto this mountain, remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; nothing shall be impossible to you.” With faith and love, all things are possible. Christ doesn’t give you the privilege to be called his children if you will not be rewarded. He knows exactly what’s in your hearts. He gave you the privilege to be his follower for you to testify and to proclaim God’s greatness.