“As nothing is more easy than to think so nothing is more difficult than to think well.”
“How do we get faith? How much faith is needed?
Very little faith is needed in a life of commitment. All the faith we need is faith enough to obey.”
“Faith is not like elastic that can be stretched to any limit, but like a muscle that grows with exercise. A walk of faith is a walk in which God exercises that muscle, giving it at each stage a task that seems just a shade too much.”
“…learning faith is like learning to surf…you probably have enough faith to rent a small surfboard and try to body surf nearer the shore. That is all God requires at ﬁrst. And when He takes you where the big waves are, you will ﬁnd Him riding the bigger waves with you.”
John White, “The Cost Of Commitment”
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The humour of the rather tongue-in-cheek “Turned Believer Recipe (How to Make An Atheist)” is blunted by the tragedy of this truth: At least half and possibly over two-thirds of Christian young people will step away from the Christian faith while attending a non-Christian college or university. And that’s no counting the reasons “Why The Next Generations Won’t Go To Church“.
So here’s the question – what are you going to do about it? Continue Reading →