The Two Kinds of Faith: Warriors and Worriers

“It’s not easy to have faith the size of a mustard seed. But Jesus promised that this would be enough to move mountains…” Why do we wander? I find it so hard to speak up about Jesus publicly. Most of my friends know I’m Christian but don’t know much about my relationship with Him. If you want to fellowship or learn more, don’t be scared to ask. It’ll take me some time but I promise I’ll be happy to share with you. With that said, on an unrelated side note my laptop is alive and well! #PTL :’)

J.S. Park: Hospital Chaplain, Skeptical Christian

I imagine that when Moses split the Red Sea, there were two groups of people.

The first group was composed of victorious triumphant warriors saying, “In your face, Egyptians! This is our God!” They were pumping their fists and thrusting their spears. The second group was composed of doubtful, panicking screamers running full speed through whales and plankton.

I’m a Screamer. I’m a cynic. I’m a critic. I’m a Peter, who can make a good start off the boat, but falls in the water when my eyes wander.
I’m not endorsing a halfway lukewarm faith. I believe God wants us to have a robust, vibrant, thriving relationship with Him. But as for me, I’ll be limping to the finish-line. I’m more of a Thomas than a Paul. I’m more Martha than Mary. I’m more David than Daniel.

Yet the Warriors and Screamers all made it through.

It’s not easy to…

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