Faith is not always something that is easy to explain let alone describe. You know it is there, even if you cannot see it. You can just feel it. Like the cool night air, you cannot see it but feel it around you.
You can watch it will the leaves on the trees to rustle and the flowers in the grass to sway back and forth. Even though you cannot see the breeze with the naked eye, you can feel its power all around you, you know it’s there the same way you are as certain about your faith as you are with the cool night breeze. You have felt its power within you and around you, you have seen it work through people and will them to act on their faith and their beliefs in our loving Lord Jesus Christ.
Yet to a person who lacks faith, faith is something impossible to claim–let alone offer your whole life up for it.
Even for those who do have a level of faith, offering your whole life up for your faith can be quite difficult and extremely confronting.
It forces us to basically look in the mirror and question ourselves.
So let’s do that. Let’s look into that mirror and honestly ask ourselves, one: what is faith? and two: do I have faith?
For me, faith is believing something has the power to make a change for the greater good without actually having to see something physical as evidence of its existence.
(Looking Within Ourselves, Allison Brown)