Faith is stronger than experience—unfortunately, faith is not as cheap as experience

Experience is really valuable in the world because it is used to approach many situations and solve many problems—but only to a certain extent that faith can actually do better than, and even surpass. Experience is based on what the five human senses can perceive; it is the observation of physical facts as a source of knowledge and a product of the past; it is therefore limited to, and controlled by incidences that have already happened.

Despite the fact that experience is useful in making decisions and judgments about the future, it is vital to note and always remember that any significant measurement of growth, development and success will require that experience submits itself to one of the most powerful forces which is known as “faith”.

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It is quite unfortunate that over the ages, past unfortunate experiences have made many intelligent and highly promising people to become frustrated and preoccupied with thoughts of fear and failure, simply because they were too afraid to venture into the higher corridors of great possibilities.

Experience is useful to a great extent, but not useful enough to determine the course of our lives. Experience shouldn’t be allowed to place limits on our lives; rather, it should be placed side by side with faith in order to create a better life for each of us. Experience should be used as a tool; not as a life-determining factor.

For most of us, the experience of driving a car has conditioned us to drive a car and monitor it religiously because of the speed limits established and imposed by the law or society. Therefore, most of us have become subject to driving at 60 miles per hour. However, the fact that most of us have been driving at 60 miles per hour for several years doesn’t cancel our automobiles’ capacities to travel at higher speeds between 100 and 180 miles per hour.

In summary, experience cannot cancel inner potentials or capacities. The high speed capacity of a car is determined by the capacity it was designed to achieve; this is by virtue of its manufacturer, and doesn’t depend on how slow we have become conditioned to using cars.

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The narrative about the car is also applicable to our lives. It is true that experience is the sum total of all the things we have been through; the decisions we have made; the people we have met, the places we have been to; the things we have learned, etc.—every person is actually a walking manuscript of history.

But regardless of the things we have experienced and become accustomed to, life doesn’t always have to depend on the essence of what we have been through—which is based on physical experience. In many instances, we don’t have to let our past to determine the quality of our future. Remember that your ability is never, and should never be limited to your experience.

The world is filled with so many people who are capable of accomplishing great deeds at a GOD-given design speed of 180 miles per hour, but they have settled for 60 miles per hour. Don’t follow that trend; don’t allow your past experiences limit your ever-green inner capacity.

Learn from the past, and be grateful for it, but note that you can achieve greater deeds if you have faith and follow the signposts established of the Creator who declared through his special envoy: “If you can believe, all things are possible to them that believe”—Mark 9:23.

The topics in the eBook include:

1. Faith: the superpower that materializes desires & gives new life to dying ambitions

2. Faith: still strong enough to alter today’s facts

3. Your outcome in life is determined by what you believe in: faith or fact

4. The reality of invisible worlds & life: physical & spiritual

5. How to develop strong faith

6. How to influence your mind to attract your desires and a glorious afterlife

7. There is magic in positive thinking—always think positively!

8. Past events that disproved the impossible: one person’s impossibility is another person’s possibility

9. How to turn defeat into victory by experimenting with different things

10. The fight of faith: why give up when time comes to fight this important battle?

11. The importance of protecting your unlimited potential: a look at some unlimited potential achievements & quotes

12. The universality of GOD’s power

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Author: Ihagh G. T.

A former university lecturer who has a master's degree and writes on motivation and the environment, as they relate to the challenges and environmental issues that humanity has been facing.

12 thoughts on “Faith is stronger than experience—unfortunately, faith is not as cheap as experience”

  1. Experience is very expensive due to its cost. What is the price we pay for experience?
    Time, irreplaceable time. And since experience is so costly it should be valued in a manner that further increases its worth. I have learned an amazing lesson from my blog. I have shared my experiences and people have commented in such a way as to introduce me to interpretations of the past I never would have come up with on my own. Experience limits us if we don’t share it with other people and let our own interpretations have sole dominion in our minds. When we receive new viewpoints and apply a new way thinking we make our shared experience informative because the possibilities of retrospective reordering are infinite. As long as we keep sharing we can live new lives with each new paradigm shift. Sharing experience and being open to feedback is the best way to build the value of our most precious, costly commodity.

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