Faith is not just a theological principle; it is a mental and emotional muscle. It is an aspect of consciousness, a function of the mind. With every attitude we demonstrate faith – either faith in what can go wrong or faith in what can go right. Our problem is that we tend to have tremendous faith in the power of our disasters and far too little faith in the power of miracles.
Our faith itself is a potent force: we increase a thing’s power by increasing our belief in its power.
—Marianne Williamson – The Law of Divine Compensation
I believe in miracles. Not the law of physics changing, mountain moving, once in an eternity buy codeine 30 mg online miracles. No, not the impossible. I believe in the possible. I believe in the every moment of creation miracles. I believe in the miracle of: bees dancing in pollen; pelicans migrating in the spring; hummingbirds suspended in the earth’s breath; first seeing my sons’ vernix covered faces 34 and 30 years ago; falling in love over and over from age 15 to 58 with the same, different woman; running on a trail for 15 miles and having the desire do it again; feeling The Presence and knowing I am not alone.
I choose to have faith in the power of this moment’s miracle.
Pastor Chuck Kelsey, Journey United Church of Christ