Faith is something we act on every day.
When I sit in a chair, I have faith in the chair that it will hold me safely. When I eat a meal, I have faith that the food is safe, that it will nourish and give me strength.
Faith is "acting" on what I believe. It is not something that I have to search for every time I am making a decision. That faith comes from the experiences that we are involved in every day. It comes from the decisions we make and the results we get. But the Christian knows and experiences a different kind of faith: a faith that comes from the Lord and guides our choices in life.
Our Lord gives us a faith that works wonders. The faith that He gives us is not only to believe in Him or about Him, but to believe in Him for our salvation. Without this faith we cannot know Him as our Savior and Lord.
The Bible tells us that even the devil believes that Jesus is the Son of God. We must do more than believe we must receive Him. God's Word tells us that it is not our good works that save us, but the grace He gives us to accept Him as our Savior.
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