I cannot seem to find the part
Though the wound had just been made
My eyes were hurt, so I did depart
To seek Him at the grave
When I came unto His sepulcher
Only linen did I find
My remorse and sorrow overcame me
What hopes I felt divine
It wasn’t until I saw His hands
And felt also there His side
That I finally was able to understand
Where I believe The Lord abides
Starting a prayer by giving appreciation, gratitude, and thanks is a great way to acknowledge God’s works. Our faith is not based upon what other people are saying about us. In fact, we cannot base our faith around the noise that is surrounding us. The hardships that we experience and endure are thrown at us because those challenges only make us become more strong, empathetic, merciful, and understanding. Hebrews 11:6 states:
“And without faith, it is impossible to please Him, for whoever would draw near to God must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who seek Him.”
Having foolish faith is better than having no faith at all. Any ounce of faith is the beginning to forming a relationship with God and solidifies our trust in Him. In result, we must diligently seek God because the more diligent we are to Him, the more faith that we can build up. God birthed us and made us fruitful with ambitions, aspirations, and dreams. Going back to God is the first sign of igniting our faith. So, have that mustard seed-sized faith and do not be afraid or hesitant to seek God. Ascribe your success to God and He will reward you.
May God Bless You All.