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Can God's Faith Fail

There is God's FAITH, and then there is man's FAITH. What is the difference in the TWO? Can Faith Fail?

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everything we are,everything we have,everything we may be,is because God gives it to is included.
---tom2 on 11/5/07

I use chapter and verse when it is needful.
Otherwise i speak from experience, and from
the gifts of his spirit in that i was born with.
But every word i speak match what is found in the Bible.I seek to add to the understanding of the bible,and then take you
to where it can be found if you want furter
proof as to my originality.But yes, i quote
many scriptures as my facts.
---Jack on 10/22/07

There is a great truth in II Timothy 2:13, that "If we are faithless,He will remain faithful". Though our friends,our own Family may turn against us, Our God is reliable.

Our Holy Father is always there to offer his wings of Comfort and support,
---rosem4839 on 10/20/07

CiNdY92714 my friend,

Here's a quick question for you, "Where does a person get the 'little faith' needed to accept Jesus as his or her personal Savior?"

I pray the Lord bless you and bless your studies.
---trey on 10/20/07

Hebrews 11:3 "Thru 'FAITH' we understand that the worlds were framed(created) by the Word of God, so that things which are seen were NOT made of things which do appear." Whose FAITH does this verse speak of, if not God's? There was 'no man' there when God created all things.God's FAITH is contained in 'every' WORD he ever spoke.I wouldn't want to be the one who told God he has no Faith.
---jack8937 on 10/20/07

Jack, do you ever provide Book Chapter Verse?>>

I don't have to, because I don't play by the rule of sola scriptura to start with.
---Jack on 10/19/07

Jack, do you ever provide Book Chapter Verse?
Or do you believe quoting the Bible is to use it as a 'talisman'?
---Michelle on 10/19/07

When a person receives Jesus, he comes with little faith. He is very worldly and carnal. He does not have much knowledge, even though he may have been in the church for many years.
Now begins a process of learning Gods Word. With the process of learning, comes SUBMITTING and OVERCOMING. As a person learns and submits to Gods Word, if the soil of his heart is right, he begins to grow in faith, wisdom, and knowledge of the Lord.

---CiNdY92714 on 10/19/07

The object of our faith is God.

Who or what is the object of God's faith? Give book, chapter, and verse in your answer.
---Jack on 10/19/07

Only man has faith, God has grace. Man has faith in God's grace.
---wivv on 10/18/07

Well you are asking a human to describe the faith of an Almighty God who speaks things which are not into existance and which was not created with hands of flesh. How do you know that there is GOD'S FAITH? There's definitely man's faith in different measure. I praise God for Faith which is the substance of things hoped for and the evedince of things not seen. My mustard seed has never once failed. Praise BE to the Almighty God who created all things!!:)
---jody on 10/17/07

God's faith is very different from man's faith!

Heb. 11:1 tells us that faith is the evidence of things not seen. (Man's faith comes from a working of the unseen Holy Spirit.) Faith is the substance of things hoped for. If something has substance then we can grab it, and hold it. It goes beyond an idea. Our faith is anchored to Christ (Heb. 6:12). All God's children are given saving faith at the new birth (Rom. 12:3).
---trey on 10/17/07


A man may have faith in God. A man may walk by faith (in God). Man may see God by looking through a spiritual eye of faith.

God declared the end from the beginning. He knows all things. He has seen all things, nothing surprises God. He doesn't have to hope. He knows for sure.

God is the owner of faith. Christ is the author and finisher of our faith (Heb. 12:2). The Holy Ghost is the administrator of our faith (Gal. 5:22).

Bless all,
---trey on 10/17/07

1)And we are clearly told to avoid the works of law. Law being the rules, sacraments, or customs that are set up by any organization. It is for the above reason that deep believing Christian tries to avoid works(or law) by every means.



I wish people can understand this!
---cInDy92714 on 10/17/07

Col 2:14-17 Blotting out the handwriting of ORDINANCES that was against us, which was CONTRARY TO US, and took it out of the way, NAILING IT TO THE CROSS, 16 Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink [offerings], or in respect of an holyday, or of the NEW MOON, or of the SABBATH {DAYS}: 17 Which are a SHADOW OF THINGS TO COME.

PROVES that the ordinances were undoubtedly by the hand of Moses and is SEPERATE from the WHOLE LAW WHICH God wrote with his own HAND.
---CiNdY92714 on 10/17/07

The 10C on the other hand is the Liberty. James 1:25 But whoso looketh into the Perfect LAW of LIBERTY, and CONTINUETH therein, he being not a FORGETFUL hearer, BUT A DOER OF THE WORK, this MAN SHALL BE BLESSED in HIS DEED.

And just so there can be no doubt what is being referenced above

James 2:11-12 says, For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all. 12 So speak you, and so do, as they that shall be judged by the LAW of LIBERTY.
---cInDy92714 on 10/17/07

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Faith is the only thing that is both a gift of the Holy Spirit and the fruit of a Christian life.
When it is a gift it is from God.
When it is a fruit it is a result of your relationship with God.
A gift is sudden often miraculous
a fruit is gradual and changes evolves and responds
---Andrea on 10/17/07

For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotton Son, that WHOSOEVER Believes in Him.....believes Jesus died for their SIN, will not parish but have eternal life... This is a promise to ****whosoever will****. That you can believe.....and a promise to all who will REPENT and receive Jesus Christ. His promises are Yes and AMEN!!!
---kathr4453 on 10/17/07

There is no such thing as Faith in Faith. To live by the Faith of Christ is to live by faith In Christ....We put our Faith in His precious Promises. 2 Peter 1 is a great chapter!!!

We become partakers of HIS divine nature, by our faith in Him Alone...not ourselves. But it first must come from Abraham and Sarah BELIEVED God,and it was counted to them as righteousness. God promised Abraham and Sarah a son. They didn't decide one day they wanted a son and faith themselves into having one.
---kathr4453 on 10/17/07

God is the same yesterday, today and forever, He never changes, but we do.
---Whisper on 10/17/07

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#-1-here is a Scripture that explains the faith of God(Jesus Christ). Galatians 2:16 "Knowing that a man is not justified by the works of the law, but by the faith of Jesus Christ, even we have believed in Jesus Christ, that we might be justified by the faith of Christ, and not by the works of the law: for by the works of the law shall no flesh be justified." We are justified by the faith of Christ. And we are clearly told to avoid the works of law.
---Mima on 10/17/07

#-2-And we are clearly told to avoid the works of law. Law being the rules, sacraments, or customs that are set up by any organization. It is for the above reason that deep believing Christian tries to avoid works(or law) by every means. For clearly the Scriptures teach that no flesh( flesh means me & you) shall be justified by the law.
---Mima on 10/17/07

Well it is like this, God faith will never fail or twist and his faith will always stand true from beginning to the end, man's faith always changes and bends from all sides. If u look at the faith of from Moses to Jesus' disciples u notice how their faith changed, but God and Jesus' didn't.
---ANN on 10/17/07

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