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Finding Faith | A Spiritual Journey through a Bible Verse about Faith | Get, Do, Be Better

by Daniel Hanson II 02 Feb 2024 0 Comments

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In the sea of life's transitions, storms, and stillness, faith is the compass that steers one's soul. For many, the Bible holds the keys to understanding and nurturing faith. It's not just an ancient text; it's a living source of divine reassurance, guidance, and hope for believers worldwide.

I remember the days when doubt would cloud my thoughts like an uninvited storm, dark and relentless. And in those moments, grasping onto Bible verses about faith felt like reaching for a lifeline in the midst of churning seas. "...we live by faith, not by sight..." (2 Corinthians 5:7), a simple line yet so profound, it would echo through the cacophony of my fears.

And who amongst us hasn't been there? Standing at the precipice of the unknown, the weight of decisions heavy on our shoulders. It's in those quiet, solitary moments that the words of ancient prophets and saints become a balm, soothing the weary corners of our hearts. Isn't it remarkable how scriptures penned millennia ago can feel like they were written just for us, in this very hour?

You see, faith isn't just for the days filled with sunshine and soft laughter. Oh no, it's also for those nights when you're clutching the blanket a little tighter, fighting off the cold breeze of loneliness. That's when you realize—faith is about more than belief; it's about feeling deeply rooted to something divine that whispers, "You are not alone."

So, as we venture into this journey together—sharing stories, reflections, and perhaps a few tears—let's unwrap the beauty of faith. Let's rediscover it through Scripture, through experience, and through each other. May you find a piece of yourself in these words... and just maybe, a flicker of faith to light your way.

A Verse to Cling Onto, A Journey to Begin

Picture, if you will, a desert of doubt, and the oasis of faith that you encounter when a certain verse catches your eye. It's that moment when the shadows of uncertainty begin to recede, and a warm light engulfs you — a light that can only be attributed to the revelation of God's truths found in scripture.

"For we shall live by faith?, not by sight."

But what does this mean? It's not a simple switch from one mode of living to another; it's a transformative shift that roots you in the inexplicable, unwavering belief in the unseen promises of the Lord Jesus Christ.


How many of us have walked through life's complexities — perhaps it's a medical diagnosis, the loss of a job, or the ache of a broken relationship — and found refuge in these simple words? It's as if the Holy Spirit, through those verses, whispers, one and only son "Trust Me. I'm always at work."

The Echoes of Ancient Wisdom

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Have you ever noticed how the words of a timeless verse seem to reverberate through the ages, calling out to us across the expanse of time? They reach me, touching my spirit in a way that's both haunting and exhilarating... "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding" (Proverbs 3:5).

This call to unwavering trust, it stirs something in me, whispering that there's more to my journey than what meets the eye. And perhaps you, too, have felt its gentle tug at your heartstrings, urging you to let go of your calculations and to trust with a childlike faith in the One who knows the road ahead.

In Moments of Silence

It’s in the quiet moments, maybe you've noticed, when the world falls away and it's just you and your thoughts... That's when faith can speak the clearest. Have you sat there before, in the stillness, feeling the weight of your own existence? I have. Too often to count.

Echoing through my mind are the bible verses about faith that I've clenched tight, like a traveler gripping a map in uncharted lands. "Be still, and know that I am God" (Psalms 46:10). I recite, over and over, until the words become not just a verse but the very air I breathe, reminding me that even in solitude, I’m never truly alone.

Embarking on the Path

Now, let's take that first step together, shall we? It's hard, I know, to put one foot in front of the other, especially when the fog of uncertainty clouds our vision. But it’s faith, that deeply entrenched belief in something bigger, that powers our steps. I often return to those words, "faith as small as a mustard seed" (Matthew 17:20), and I marvel at how such a tiny speck can move mountains.

So, with our sights set not on what we can see but on what we hold in our hearts, let's begin this expedition. May we find comfort in knowing that with each new chapter, with every faltering step, there is a verse to light our path and a community of fellow sojourners walking it with us.

Embracing the Unseen: The Unfathomable Depth of Christ Jesus

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As I venture further on this spiritual trek, bearing the full weight of my doubts and fears, I often find solace in the thought of Christ Jesus. It's an intimate realization that I'm not trudging this path alone. When questioning the fabric of my own faith is the assurance, "Jesus answered," echoes gently in my heart—a guiding echo that reassures me of the strides made in my soul’s quiet corners. And who am I to ignore such a profound whisper?

“...For I am certain that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers... will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” Such words! They're like balm to the weary spirit; they're the embodiment of "the life" we're called into—a life of glorious riches wrapped in the riddles and the life of grace.

In the canvas of history, "God raised" stands out to me, painting a vivid picture of hope and resurrection that sustains my weary heart. How can one not marvel at the works of the law of power woven into the works of the law of resurrection—where defeat is engulfed in victory, and whispers of "things hoped for" become the very anthems of our existence? It's that invisible thread of hope that stitches the fragments of my being into a tapestry of perseverance.


And in the still, quiet moments, when the world fades into a hush, I reflect on "God's grace." It's unmerited, generously poured into the crevices of my life, filling each space with light... an astonishing grace that continually shapes the essence of who I am and who I'm becoming.

This journey through faith isn't just about clutching onto the promises of scripture; it's about unwrapping the daily gift of grace tossed by the wind, and discovering that, in every breath, we are cradled by the divine.

Bible Verses about Faith and Their Power

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Let's ponder over a few more bible verses that not only declare the potency of faith but also help us understand the nuances of its application in our lives:

  • "If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you." (Matthew 17:20)

It's not about the size of your faith, but the steadfast trust that God's power can move the immovable in your life. Have you ever felt like that mountain was simply too much? Reflect on this verse, and see it with new eyes.

  • "And without faith, it is impossible to please God because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him." (Hebrews 11:6)

Here, true faith, is not just a state of heart but an action. By seeking God with our whole beings despite the unknown, we position ourselves to be equally pleased and rewarded by our Heavenly Father.

  • "The Lord replied, 'If you have faith and do not doubt, you can say to this fig tree, "Be uprooted and planted in the sea," and it will obey you.'" (Matthew 21:21)

This verse unveils the incredible power of a faith that's free from the weeds of doubt and complacency. It stands as an encouragement that genuine, pure joy unwavering faith will yield unimaginable results.

Each of these verses shines a light on faith's ability to move mountains, please God, and initiate miraculous change. They call us to action, encourage us to seek, and challenge us to believe beyond what's visible.

The Thread of Hope in the Tapestry of Scripture

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Remember that time you felt like walking through a minefield of troubles, achingly alone? Yet, there you were, flicking through the pages of the Bible, and you stumbled upon Romans 6:4: "We were therefore buried with Him through baptism into death in order that, just as Jesus Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, we too may live a new life." It's as if the passage itself wraps its arms around you, offering the coziest blanket of hope amidst your trials.

Beneath the surface of our daily hustle, a mighty undercurrent of faith is at work. Jesus declared, “I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world” (John 16:33). Isn't there a sense of awe when you realize the depth of that promise? It's as if every syllable is a warrior in its own right, standing guard against all the flaming darts of life's relentless battles.


Can you recall a moment when doubt whispered insidiously in your ear, suggesting you are of little faith? It's a common refrain that haunts the corridors of our mind. Yet the Bible never leaves us stranded in the mire of self-reproach. It offers us a glorious paradox to consider: "Little faith" can indeed be the seed from which magnificent courage blooms; hoped for the conviction that even little faith in a great God is formidable. As stated in 1 Timothy 6:11, "But you, man of God, flee from all this, and pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance and gentleness. Fight the good fight of the faith." Here stands an invitation, like a hand extended, coaxing us to rise once more, to kindle that ember of belief into a roaring fire.

So let us weave these sacred words into the fabric of our every day; let them be the melody that fills the silent pauses between our heartbeats. May the full assurance of things hoped for found in Romans 15:13, "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in Him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit," be the anthem of our souls, as we navigate the unpredictability of life's journey, ever trusting, ever hopeful.

Diving Deeper into the Scriptures

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Let's dive into 'Faith in God' and explore its context. One line of thinking is that faith is not just about believing in God's existence but about relying on His character and promises. It's an active choice to trust that, while we might not comprehend the plan, He's moving in the minutiae of our lives.

Another verse to look at is, "And by faith even Sarah, who was past childbearing age, was enabled to bear children because she considered Him faithful who had made the promise." (Hebrews 11:11) This verse underlines the extraordinary lengths to which God's faithfulness will reach for His children. Even when circumstances seem impossible, faith in His promises can birth new life.

Reflecting on 'Faith Save', we encounter the scripture, "For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith — and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God." (Ephesians 2:8) Here, the Bible affirms that faith not only saves but also the grace that enables it is a gift. It reframes our salvific journey as a partnership with God's love, rooted in His unmerited favor and our willing trust.

The Community of Believers and Interactive Engagement

As our discussion delves into the heart of faith found in scripture, I invite you to be a part of this communal reflection. Share those Bible verses that have brought you solace, sparked revelation, or carried you through tough times. Let's create a tapestry of faith together.

Interactive Storytelling Poll

Which Bible verse resonates most with you on your faith journey?

A. "If you ask in prayer believe you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move." (Matthew 17:20)

B. "And without faith, it is impossible to please God because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him." (Hebrews 11:6)

C. "The Lord replied, 'If you have faith and do not doubt, whatever you ask you can say to this fig tree, "Be uprooted and planted in the sea," and it will obey whatever you ask.'" (Matthew 21:21)

D. Another verse entirely that has been your rock in turbulent times

Your response shapes the narrative of our collective experience with faith in God's word.

Faith, the Seed of Hope and Inner Being

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In Matthew 4:4, we are reminded, "Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God." This speaks volumes of faith's nourishing power. It gives depth to the often-superficial desires of our physical life and propels us towards the eternal sustenance found in God's wisdom, truths, and commands.

In the depths of Romans 10:17, we find a powerful credence to faith's transformative energy: "So faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ." It positions the spoken and written word as a catalyst for inner renewal, growth, and the very hope that fills our sails through life's tempests.

You see, in this walk with Christ Jesus, I've stumbled upon a profoundly humbling truth; it's not my own doing that upholds me. I think of Proverbs 3:5-6 that gently admonishes, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him, and He will make straight your paths." It's almost as if God is speaking directly to me, to us, saying... lay aside your ego, your plans, your map for the future and just... trust Me. In doing so, I've found a peace that surpasses all understanding, even when the road twists in ways I never expected.

Isn't it fascinating? Our faith in God overcomes that desire to control, to predict, to ensure everything turns out just so. It births a perseverance within us faith produces steadfastness that carries us through trials and tribulations. This faith produces perseverance not from our strength but from the very core of His divine assurance. You've felt that too, right? That when you surrender, when you trust, life's storms don't seem quite as overwhelming.

Lord Jesus Christ Speaks Peace

I'm taken back to the words of Jesus, "I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world, you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world." (John 16:33). These words resonate deeply, whispering the truth that despite the chaos, the heartbreak even the demons, and the uncertainty, there is a promise of eternal life, a steadfast rock amidst the wave of the sea of shifting sands.

And let’s not pretend that this is a one-off decision, a moment where you draw near to god and say, "Alright, I trust you now," and everything is suddenly straightforward. Rather, it’s a daily, sometimes moment-to-moment decision to look past what we see in the natural and fix our eyes on Him. To believe that even when our path seems covered in brambles, His light will guide us through. Even when the future is a miasma of fog and confusion, His presence brings clarity.

So, as we tread this journey together, I ask you to pause... just for a moment. Reflect on the incredible promise wrapped in these verses, that by entrusting ourselves to God, by setting our course by His compass rather than our own, faith assures us that He indeed will make straight our paths. Isn’t it wondrous, then, how faith intertwines with our quest for eternal life, forming the very fabric of our being, perpetually woven by the hand of the Divine?

The Final Call to Action and Reflection

Before we end this shared voyage through scripture, let's not forget that these verses aren't just tokens of comfort but beacons of action. They call for a transformation not only of thought but of deed. As we journey through the days and years, let's ensure that each word we read, reflect on, and commune with leads us to a deeper comprehension of God's faithfulness and of our own calling to live a life anchored in faith.

In closing, I emphasize the importance of personal reflection on the role of these texts in our lives. Jesus didn't just answer our plight with words in a book; He answered it with life-giving directives for our very souls. To understand these interpretations better is akin to unlocking treasures of understanding. May we all stand firm in our faith, bearing fruits of the Spirit, and embracing the inexpressible and glorious joy that only faith in God can bring.

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