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 “Unquestioning belief that does not require proof or evidence; anything believed; complete trust, confidence, or reliance.” Webster’s New World Dictionary

Each day we use faith without even thinking about it. We trust our car will get us to our destination. We have confidence the heater in our house will keep us warm during the chilly winter. We rely on water flowing from the faucet when we turn it on.

Do you still have faith in your car after it quits on your way to a very important meeting? Do you still have faith in your heater after waking in the middle of the night to a cold house? What happens to faith when there is no water coming from the faucet? Maybe one time isn’t so bad; your faith may not be shaken. Will your faith remain strong when problems continue?

Is your faith shaking or unshakable?

What shakes your faith?