Does Your Work Require Faith?

Hebrews 11:6 says that without faith it is impossible to please God. Ron Edmondson asked the simple question “Is the work you are doing requiring faith?”

We all have been given a work to do. We all have been given an assignment from God. And if we are to do that work in a way that God would be pleased, it must be in the power of faith. We simply cannot do our God given assignment without the power that comes from God and we appropriate through faith.

Abram and Sarai were advanced in age and were past child bearing age, but their assignment from God was to have a child of promise. There was no possible way that that work could be done, but yet, there was the promise. And when faith was allowed to flourish, Isaac was born.

Today, God has given you a promise. God has called you to a work that is impossible to do, without faith. And yet with faith, mountains can be moved. (Matthew 17:20). If you can do your work without Faith…then I wonder if it is truly your work to do!

Posted in Abram And Sarai, Child Of Promise, Devotional, Edmondson, Faith, Featured, Hebrews, Promise God
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