Faith Requires Doubt

“I believe; help me in my unbelief,” the father cried out to Jesus.

It’s a paradox. Faith requires doubt. Certainty kills spirituality.

When you know everything, there is no room for God.

An ancient wisdom holds that a jar is useless for you until it is empty. There must be room before you can use it.

We must empty ourselves in order for God to fill us.

Faith means that, in the face of doubt, we hold fast that there is a God who surrounds us with his spirit of love.

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