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Notes on Faith

May 26, 2015

Faith
Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not (yet) seen (Hebrews 11:1, KJV). 

 

To believe to the point of knowing that God’s possibilities are infinite so there is always a solution to any problem.

If faith is embracing the notion that there are things possible that we are not yet aware, and that there is an infinite Field of possibility that is always available for whatever is needed then it is up to us to figure out how to access it.

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We must be in a relaxed state in order to enjoy the benefits of God’s blessings, ironically though tough times cause us to be an agitated state where it’s harder for us to recognize that God is always with us. This is when ego takes over and more often than not makes a mess of things. Faith is a useful tool to help avoid that.

Here’s the definition of faith from the Bible.

Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not (yet) seen (Hebrews 11:1, KJV). 

 The Bible definition of the word hope is expectation and the word substance means that which stands under. So Faith is that which stands under what we expect. If we have an expectation we have a vision, that vision is seen by us but not yet seen in the world. The substance from which the vision will manifest is unseen yet the evidence is everything that we do see.

 When we realize that there is more than we can see and what we can’t see is the substance of which our all manifestation is comprised, then we come closer to the image of that which created us.

Faith helps us to attain that relaxed state in which we can enjoy the benefits of recognizing God is our existence.

Faith is leaving a hole in my doubt so Spirit can get in there and solve the problem, because Spirit is infinite within any space.
It’s a paradox that all of God is within you and God is all of everything everywhere, and, everything everywhere is infinitely within all of everything else, ergo all of God is within you. There have been many who for centuries have been trying to convince us that we are all capable of miracles, but we admire them instead of emulate them as they intended.

For centuries we have looked at God as being outside of us instead of within as so many spiritual leaders have been trying to tell us. It’s interesting that when circumstances do not favor us we tend to try to change them on the outside. Because of the structure of the universe and its holographic nature everything that is outside is duplicated an infinite number of times within us, so

. . We change within first and see what effect that has on the circumstance outside.

The way pride is a good thing is if it is expressed because God chooses you as a vehicle through which to express whatever it is that you are now proud of.
Use faith to fight your fear.
Let Faith burn a hole in my doubt so that God can get in there; because God is infinite within any space
Faith is knowing that whatever is going on is what is supposed to be going on and there is positive benefit to be found there. A silver lining to every cloud, some clouds are all lining.
It’s all right whatever it is!
If you can forgive everybody and everything then you can live without distress 
Every external thing can be accessed from within.
Intentions effect on ether


So
me critics of faith have argued that faith is opposed to reason. In contrast, some advocates of faith argue that the proper domain of faith concerns questions which cannot be settled by evidence. This is exemplified by attitudes about the future, which (by definition) has not yet occurred. Logical reasoning may proceed from any set of assumptions, positive or negative. In this view, faith is simply the selection of a positive assumption.(Unknown author)

Volitionally, faith implies a resolute and courageous act of will. It combines the steadfast resolution that one will do a thing with the self-confidence that one can do it.(Unknown author)

Faith is knowing that there is evidence you haven’t found yet

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