When you decide to walk by faith, you don't get rid of trials. You learn to overcome them.— Kenneth Copeland
Simplistic Walk By Faith quotations
We walk by faith, not by sight.
No matter what has happened to you in the past or what is going on in your life right now, it has no power to keep you from having an amazingly good future if you will walk by faith in God. God loves you! He wants you to live with victory over sin so you can possess His promises for your life today!
Walking by faith will cause all of us to recognize that as children of God we are just pilgrims and strangers down here on this earth.
I will walk by faith, even when I cannot see.
God will test you because He wants you to mature.
He wants you to develop a walk with Him that is not based on your fluctuating emotions, but on your commitment to Him as you learn to walk by faith.
If heaven were by merit, it would never be heaven to me, for if I were in it I should say, "I am sure I am here by mistake; I am sure this is not my place; I have no claim to it." But if it be of grace and not of works, then we may walk into heaven with boldness.
Faith means believing the unbelievable.
Hope means hoping when everything seems hopeless.
Walk by faith! Stop the plague of worry. Relax! Learn to say, "Lord, this is Your battle."
The walk of Faith is to live according to the revelation we have received, in the midst of the mysteries we can't explain.
I'm not walking by sight- I'm, walking by faith
The Christian faith is meant to be lived moment by moment.
It isn't some broad, general outline--it's a long walk with a real Person. Details count: passing thoughts, small sacrifices, a few encouraging words, little acts of kindness, brief victories over nagging sins.
We walk by faith. We don't stay still, drowning in our misery.
People who walk by faith don't see obstacles, they see opportunities.
Our walk by faith, if it is true biblical faith, will get us in trouble.
if we hold fast our confidence in Him, but our faith is also, by the exercise, strengthened: and so it comes, that, if we walk with God in any measure of uprightness of heart, the trials of faith will be greater and greater.
Some men are willing to die for their faith but will not fully live for it.
Christ both lived and died for us. By walking in his steps and through his atonement we can gain the greatest gift of all--eternal life--which is that kind of life of the great Eternal One, our Father in heaven.
Fear is the polio of the soul which prevents our walking by faith.
Scripture teaches us that we should trust God and not lean on our own wisdom or understanding. To do this, we have to strive to know God intimately, walking by faith and not by sight. This may not be easy at first, but it starts with simple obedience.
We must never let fear... divert us from our faith and faithful living. Every person in every era has had to walk by faith into what has always been some uncertainty. This is the plan. Just be faithful. God is in charge. He knows your name and He knows your need.
Faith is walking by faith, not by what you feel.
You are not always going to feel that Jesus loves you or that God is good, but you know He is. It is the up and down of the journey.
Most of all, God has blessed us by giving us the privilege of knowing Him and walking with Him every day. He did this by sending His Son into the world to die for our sins.
A man must rise by his own efforts and walk by faith.
We should not rely on our feelings; we had to walk by faith and not by sight. If we preserve in the Lord, we always succeed.
Continue to walk in the faith and, faithful to the mandate that has been entrusted to you, go out with solicitude and joy toward all creatures and pass on to them the gifts of salvation...Let yourselves be guided by the Holy Spirit to be the leaven of new life, salt of the earth and light of the world.
Though there is nothing more dangerous, yet there is nothing more ordinary, than for weak saints to make their sense and feeling the judge of their condition. We must strive to walk by faith.
God in his wisdom, to make and keep us humble and to teach us to walk by faith, has hidden from us almost everything that we should like to know about the providential purposes which he is working out in the churches and in our own lives.
We declare our belief in Jesus Christ and accept Him as our Savior.
He will bless us and guide us in all of our efforts. As we labor here in mortality, He will strengthen us and bring us peace in time of trials. Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints walk by faith in Him whose Church it is.
Living a life of faith means never knowing where you are being led - but it does mean loving and knowing the One who is leading. It is literally a life of FAITH, not of understanding and reason- - a life of knowing Him who calls us to go.
The inner change, justification, is effected at the moment of salvation.
The outer change in the believer's daily walk, sanctification, continues throughout life. But the progressive work of sanctification is only fully effective when the radical, inner transformation of justification is realized and appropriated by faith.
Why is it that we three hundred and thirty millions of people have been ruled for the last one thousand years by any and every handful of foreigners who chose to walk over our prostrate bodies? Because they had faith in themselves and we had not.
I walk by faith, not by sight.
Living by faith isn't living with certainty.
It's trusting God in spite of unanswered questions and unresolved doubts.
Right now in my life I spend much time dreaming over my visions of faith.
I know this works. I would be a fool to ignore it. Remember, one of the mightiest keys in the Kingdom of Heaven is faith. Vision is a major part of faith, for we walk by faith and not by sight. Faith is directly contrasted to natural eye sight.