We hear alot about the power of faith today. It’s almost a magical view of faith. But faith is simply trust. And faith, no matter how strong, is only as good as the object or person that it’s placed in. For example, I would rather have weak faith in thick ice than strong faith in thin ice. If I’m willing to walk out onto a frozen lake or like some in Fairbanks drive a vehicle on the Chena river during winter I want the object of my trust to be worthy. Today many want to call themselves people of faith. But what is that faith in? If it’s Buddha, well he’s a sinner and he’s dead. If it’s in Mohammed, well he’s a sinner and he’s dead too. Instead let’s place our faith and trust in Jesus the only one to ever live a sinless life, predict his own death and walk out of his own grave. Even weak faith in Him can save!
Under His Mercy,
Derek Dickinson, Minister