Most likely you are familiar with Paul’s words to the Corinthians, “for we walk by faith and not by sight” (2 Corinthians 5:7). He was not endorsing the idea of “blind faith” but rather that of “believing faith.” Sounds redundant, I know. Nevertheless, we need
At BBC, we frequently highlight the corporate nature of our relationship with God. This is because the both Testaments strongly emphasise God’s corporate covenant relationship with his people. But the personal relationship with God should not be ignored. While we live in corporate relationship to
“I believe, help my unbelief.” So said the father as he entrusted his son to Jesus for deliverance from the malevolent and malicious demon (Mark 9:14–24). Anton recently mentioned this account in his excellent article on trusting God (“Trust God and Keep Your Powder Dry”).
How long has it been now? I smile every time I receive a HeartCry report in which the missionary states on which day of lockdown he is writing. I’ve long since lost track of the days. Perhaps you have too. Regardless, have you found yourself,