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Myths about My Faith

We have an amazingly anointed youth pastor at our local church. Aaron Batchelor is able to minister in
any setting, any age, and any group of people. I love him and his little family. If you ever have the
opportunity to hear him in person, grab it wholeheartedly and determinedly.
In this short blog I share some of the thoughts he so illustriously preached in a message recently. It
wasnt just a sermon but a direct message to every listener.
Not even preachers can coast their way into heaven. But I keep under my body, and bring it into
subjection: lest that by any means, when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway (1
Corinthians 9:27). Therefore, I will separate myself to a holy lifestyle. Yes, obviously it means that there
are some things we have to separate ourselves from as we have live this life of faith.
I dont want to be like one of those in the multitudes, willing to follow Him for a feast but not a fast. I
dont want to be one willing to hear another sermon but not willing to make a sacrifice.

Nor, am I seeking for a miracle and willing to fulfill a mission.

My faith should have substance and evidence. Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the
evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). There should be living proof to my living faith.

I will not fall prey to two myths about my faith.

Myth #1: I am a spectator in God's divine circus.

Truth: He was training us to do what He did making us fishers of men.

Myth #2: I need more faith.

Truth: I need to activate the faith I have. The faith the size of a mustard seed has mountain moving
potential.

I not only need more faith, but more faithfulness. Faith can begin in petition but grows in obedience.
Lord, help me live by faith and live out my faith!