A Genuine Faith

What good is it, dear brothers and sisters, if you say you have faith but don’t show it by your actions?
James 2:14 (NLT)

What kind of religious beliefs do you hold? It is simple to bring up the issue of faith in a conversation. We can read about faith and even study it academically, but we have intellectual understanding. Faith is more than a noun; it is also an English language. It is not faith until we put it into practice. According to James’s words in this paragraph, “Suppose you encounter a brother or sister who is hungry or without clothing, and you say to them, ‘Good luck and have a nice day; stay warm and eat well,’ but you do not provide that person with any food or clothing. “What is the point of that?” “As you can see, faith isn’t sufficient in and of itself.” he continues. Without the ability to perform good deeds, it is lifeless and meaningless. Faith entails more than simply placing one’s trust in God and His truth. It is the act of acting based on that conviction. “Do I have a strong faith in God?” you should ask yourself now, and The solution will become apparent in your decisions and how you live your life.

Dear Father, please forgive me for professing faith while acting in a way that belies it. Father, I put my faith in You. Please, Holy Spirit, assist me in putting that belief into action.
Rev. Sam Adeyemi

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