Faith Ablaze

In the natural philosophy and definition of what a journey is, two words come to mind no matter the variation they may come in. They are “Beginning “and “End”. You would agree with me that what ever has a starting point definitely must have a finishing line. This is the case of an athlete bracing up for a race and has his eyes fixed on the finish line.


Life indeed is a journey. Our journey through life has different points, highs, and lows, twists, and turns, which makes many think all that’s important is them getting to the peak of success. They move through life rather “shortsighted” because all that beclouds their sight is getting to the “End” at all cost, giving little or no thought to the “how” factor. How do you intend to arrive at the finish line? It’s true when people refer to life as a book and attach a high level of importance to the manner at which each chapter is written. How about the staying power to keep writing and not give up?


After going through a season of turbulence, a phase of cruel hardship, only to discover that one’s just on the second of six chapters to be written; what then keeps us strong through the journey called Life?

What you believe in keeps you going! What you have faith in makes you get back on your feet after falling ten times over! Faith gives inner strength and keeps a man’s heart steady through trying times.


This brings me to ask, who do you believe in? What do you believe in? To remain immovable in the changing times and seasons of your journey, your belief should be stronger than the issues you’ll be facing! You need a faith that’s rugged and blazing, a faith that will keep you standing till the end! Is your faith in God strong enough? How tight do you hold on to His promises? Dear friend, don’t be moved by every wave or drowned by incessant fear, stay strong, keep your faith ablaze!!!

Be on guard. Stand firm in the faith. Be courageous. Be strong”. 1Corinthians 16:13 (New Living Translation)

8 thoughts on “Faith Ablaze

  1. Indeed, faith is not just being assured of success with God but also not being afraid of the failure that He may allow.
    Just as the Hebrew boys said: our God will deliver us but even if He doesn’t, we will not bow.

    Job also said, though He slay me, I will trust Him.

    Esther in her case said if I perish, I perish.
    Therefore, our faith must keep burning even event the waters of adversity overwhelm us.

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