Faith: still strong enough to alter today’s facts
YOUR OUTCOME IS DETERMINED BY WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN—FAITH OR FACT.
If people have been altering facts, then faith can still alter today’s facts.
Achieving greatness shouldn’t be guided only by what can be seen or sighted.
It should go beyond that, and be governed more by what can’t be seen—the unseen: faith.
Even God’s word hinted in 2nd Corinthians 5:7: “For we walk by faith, not by sight”.
Faith is rooted in the spiritual, while facts are more rooted in the physical.
Faith is superior to fact, and stronger than it!
Fact is temporal and changeable, while faith is eternal and unchangeable.
Even history has shown that fact can become untrue.
Decades ago it was considered a fact that malaria had no cure; in fact many people died because of it.
However, that is no longer the case today.
In the past, it was considered a fact that iron/steel could neither fly in air, nor float on water.
But today large quantities of iron/steel are flying in the form of aircraft.
Also, large quantities of iron/steel are floating in the form of ships from one part of the world to another—carrying people and cargo anywhere they wish.
In the same vein, it was once believed in the past that mankind would never be able to set foot on the moon, but someone first did it.
In the past there were no drugs for treatment of many diseases; however, there are so many drugs for treatment of many diseases today.
As it happens in every generation, it will still happen again and again: people of faith will discover many things and change many facts.
Always remember this: If people and time have altered fact, then faith can still alter today’s facts!
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