Difficulty of Admitting God’s Action on My Behalf

How did I move from a situation where it was evident for me when God was answering my prayers, to a mindset where it had become natural for me to doubt about God’s intervening in my life after I had prayed, instead of believing He has answered? How did I move from a posture of faith to one of struggling to perceive God’s action on my behalf?

God's action on my behalf? The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer (Ps 18.2)!

The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my deliverer (Ps 18.2)

Becoming conscious of this difficulty helped me to slowly move from this posture of doubt to the posture of faith I had earlier held in my life. One key to this reverting from unbelief to faith in practical affairs of God’s answering or not my prayers was to consider as an part of my faith to thank God for what He had done in response to any given prayer. Faith is thus not be limited to the act of asking, but is also extended to that of receiving.

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This page was last updated on August 28, 2017, and January 5, 2018.

About Daniel Garneau

Daniel Garneau, B Th, B Com, MA, is founder of site Savoir et croire .ca. His primary objectives are: encouraging Christians who lost hope in their capacity of living for Christ; fostering a better understanding of what Christianity is about; contributing to the dispelling of prejudices against those who openly identify themselves to Jesus-Christ in their daily lives and who dare talk about it; helping to increase the mutual acceptance between various Christian traditions who continue to hold faithfully to the Word of God.
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