Grow In Faith. (Day 17 of the challenge)Bible Reading Challenge
I love the book of Joshua, I always have loved books about military, wars, and battles. I love to read all of the battles Joshua fought, it’s crazy to think he was 80 years old when he was fighting these wars.
God was with Joshua and Israel through all their battles. I think many people remember God with Moses parting the sea to escape the Egyptians, but many don’t know (or forgot) God was always with Israel before and after Moses. He parted the Jordan for Joshua and later on he parts it for Elisha and Elijah. He also brought down Jericho and did many other miracles for His people.
He still does miracles today wether big or small it’s all God and for His glory! If you are a child of God He is always with you and He will never leave you or forsake you. No matter what the odds are think about it. Do you yout think the Israelites thought, ‘Oh we will win the battle of Jeicho God wiil just make the wall fall’ probably not. They probably had faith in God but at some points it’s just a little harder to hold on to that faith because it seems your problem is impossble but it’s not.
I challenge everyone who reads this blog to hold on yout faith and trust in God no matter how BIG your situation is, don’t let your faith shrink and your problemgrow let your problem shrinks and let your faith grow!
Written by Katie
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