Nancy G. Brundrett's Heartmusic Journal

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Wednesday, April 30, 2003
FAITH - What is faith? Why do we need it? Where does it come from? Can I see faith? Do I have faith?

Faith is the substance of things hoped for with the evidence of things not seen. Faith is powerful. With faith you can move a mountain.
Faith comes and calms a raging sea. Faith, if you believe, can let you walk on water to an outstretched hand of the Creator in the middle of a dark and stormy sea. Walking on nothing but faith because something, so power inside asks these words

"Come to Me"...

To everyone is given a measure of faith. That is all we need even though it is the size of a mustard seed, which is so tiny the eyes can barely see it. Just a little bit of faith goes a long way.

"I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, MOVE from here to there and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you."

So how do we get more faith? Faith comes by hearing and reading His word. So just think, everyone who reads this today will be
given a fresh handful of faith...

Mustard Seed
By: Nancy G Brundrett

This is along journey my friend, I can see it coming around the bend
Can't always be the easy way, best things in life a sacrifice you must pay
Isn't it good for us to know that His spirit lives within the soul
There to help us and guide us along the way and to save us and heal us everyday
I know that joy comes in the morning, I always love to read those words
Dark is the hour right before the dawn, but look, here comes faith and our troubles are gone.
Faith can be a hard road sometimes
Easy for everyone but ourselves
But it's the human need, I say the human need
That only God can feed, only God can feed
And in my hand is a mustard seed...
That's all I need, that's all I need...

May you feel the fullness of faith in your life today. May faith come and hold you with loving arms.


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