As I’m moving into a time of transition, I don’t want to go through the motions, just trying to get through it all, believing I’m at the end and there’s nothing more God will be doing in my life.
I don’t want to just survive but I want to live in big faith, impassioned by the presence and power of God.
I want to move through the day with big faith, not little faith, or worse yet, mediocre-just-enough-faith.
I want big faith to be a foundational value in my life, refusing to compromise it for anyone or anything.
I want to have the kind of big faith listed in the lives of specific individuals in Hebrews 11, beginning with hope of the unseen, realized in the reality of God’s greatness and goodness.
I want to have big faith, produced by hope in God rather than in my circumstances.
I want to live in big faith, convicted that God is always present, will never fail, and will never leave.
I want to think with big faith, speak with big faith, and respond to life through big faith in the unchanging greatness and goodness of God.
I want to be fired up with big faith in what God has done, is doing, and will do.
I want to walk in the beliefs of big faith with assurance that nothing is impossible with God, beleiivng God will do more than I will ever think or imagine.
I want to influence others through big faith, impacting the space I occupy with individuals on earth, shifting the paradigm of those around me by challenging them to focus on the unlimited greatness and goodness of God.
I choose to live in big faith.
(Written by Kerrie Carlisle Palmer © 2014 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED)