The just shall live by his faith: Habakkuk 2:4

There comes a time when all we have to hold on to is faith. Every believer has a measure of faith (Romans 12:3) for support in the midst of turmoil and uncertainty. When there are trials with more questions than answers this is when faith will hold the individual as that person looks to God and trusts His holy word.

Your measure of faith will cause you to trust when there is nothing and everything seems blank. You cannot understand “Why?” You have prayed and had the assurance of God’s affirmative, but what you see as the outcome does not add up.

Noah may have been in the same position while he built the Ark. He may have had all kinds of questions in his mind while the rain fell and he was locked up with the animals and his family. God remembered His faithful servant despite the length of time in building the Ark and time spent waiting for the rain to end.

It may seem as if the light of the moon and stars in your life have gone out or the sun has become darkened and may never shine again. Keep this thought in mind, God will never forsake His children (Joshua 1). God will always be our Help as in ages past. Hold on and keep trusting.

Stop looking with your natural eyes, and ears. Believe in the dark what God told you in the light.

Have a blessed day. It is never over until God says so. With God all things are possible!

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