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Power Gained By Not Doubting



Even the disciples who were closest to Jesus doubted Him. We also suffer much today, because we doubt the power that resides with Jesus. Many of us doubt that Jesus has the power to heal, yet Jesus says;

If you have faith …….You can say to the mountain, ‘Go throw yourself into the sea,’ and it will be done. Matthew 21:21

That’s the kind of faith I hope to have one day, one where absolutely no doubt will be found in me.



8 Responses to “Power Gained By Not Doubting”

    • mycreatorscreation

      Thanks for taking the time to comment….So what you refer to as “An Interesting Take” is based on scriptures in the bible….God made us to be Positive Powerful People, but we were robbed of that because of sin. We were left filled with doubts and negativity……I took a look at your page and it spoke a lot about “Self” and how we conform to what society wants us to be…..Where we are different as Christians, we are to follow Godly principals only and not to be blown to and fro like the wind. You also mentioned something about “inner guidance.” When Jesus left this earth, He did not leave us alone. He left us a “Comforter,” the Holy Spirit. If we are true believers and invite Him into our hearts, He will live with us, and be the one to give us guidance. We can do nothing of ourselves…I hope that helps a little…We have someone to fight our battles for us and that would be by putting our faith in Jesus Christ.


      • Advaita Shyam Sunder

        We as Hindus believe nature is god.. for us god isn’t a religion… its a way of life…
        The universe is God.. you can call it by any name..


      • Advaita Shyam Sunder

        Respecting your spiritual religious sentiments and not dragging any God or religion I was just talking about self nothing else and everyone doesn’t have same perception or meaning about self nor everyone finds self in holy spirit..
        In hinduism,, god isnt a religion for us but. A Way of life… nature is god..


  1. David

    I suspect that most of us fall under the heading of, Mark 9:24, Immediately the father of the child cried out and said with tears, “Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”

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    • mycreatorscreation

      So true…even as Christians it is so difficult to “totally” believe. I know I’ve cried out those same words several times. So I have to remember if its this way for us as Christians, how hard it must be for the Non-Christians to even get to a place where they can put just a little bit of trust in God.



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