The Bible definition of faith is “The substance of things not seen” (Heb. 11:1). Go on to read the rest of the chapter and you will find a list of Old Testament people who had faith in God and obeyed Him even though they couldn’t see Him with their eyes.
Did you know every voice is one of a kind? Even the best impersonator can’t sound exactly like someone else. God’s voice is unique too.
At Christmas we hear a lot about angels-the angel Gabriel told Mary she would be part of God’s plan to send His Son, Jesus, to be out Savior. A whole crowd of angels announced the good news to shepherds when Jesus was born.
No, he is not trying to haunt you. There is no such thing as a ghost. Your imagination may be causing you to be afraid. Maybe you have seen his body at the funeral home. Seeing someone dead can be hard for a young person.
If you want to do something for the Lord because of His love for you, love Him completely-“with all your heart, soul and mind” (Mark 12:30).
Sometimes our hearts trick us. But God’s Word shows us the truth. Obey it—and use it to teach others!