Life to Your Soul

A Leap of Faith!

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What if we really operated in faith? Faith is a lifestyle. God plans on using us in phenomenal ways but we must take that leap of faith!

Faith.

The ability to expect something great to happen. – God

Saul was very passionate about the truth and sought it out in everything he did. He believed that by persecuting Christians he was fulfilling the law. But on his way to Damascus, Saul had an encounter with God and His life was forever changed!

David, was sent on assignment to bring his brothers food at the battle grounds. The little shepherd boy was tasked to see how his brothers fared. Little did he know that because of destiny, his life would forever be changed. Paul (formerly Saul) and David had something in common: a past. But they also had in common a future ordained by God.

Here are some points that we shared:

  • It is Christ’s power working on the inside of us. 1 Corinthians 2:1-6
  • God provides a platform for us that others believe we are unqualified for. 1 Samuel 17:28
  • He will use your past to glorify Himself in your future.
  • Your faith will outweigh the dynamics of the obstacles in your life. 1 Samuel 17:45, 46

Take a listen here!

08/01 – Prayer Call

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for. The evidence of things not seen. – Hebrews 11:1

For prayer requests click here.

Author: Shantel G.

Shantel is an author, singer, songwriter, teacher and visionary to name a few. It is part of her mission to inspire youth & young adult through sharing her story. Life to Your Soul came about from Shantel writing devotionals and poetry in her journals during a season of suffering depression. She felt the call to start a blog that would serve as an empowering tool for people all around the world. She enjoys photography, painting, calligraphy, dancing, and playing the piano! She also serves as a worship leader at her local church and a band member of Holy Host Ministries.

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