Traditionally, faith is defined as having complete and absolute trust or confidence in something or someone.
For most of my life, I’ve had faith. Traditional faith in God, faith in my husband, and on my best days, faith in myself. I’ve had that absolute trust or confidence in something or someone that whatever it was, it was going to be okay.
My faith has been rocked to the core over the past several months by events that are inconsequential to this report.
When we feel as if God has abandoned us, as if we don’t understand this glorious “plan” of his, as if it’s simply unconscionable he would let us feel this much pain for so long, it can be a little bit hard to … ummm … keep the faith. That’s when, instead, we “keep calm and carry on.”
My faith has been restored in twice the measure it’s been challenged.
My friends, this is going to be a good one. Read more >>