Contrary to popular opinion, true faith is not the courage, strength, 
fortitude, and power of its possessor. True faith is what God gives to 
the poor and needy. True faith is the only hope the fearful, the weak, 
and the helpless have. True faith is the admission of one’s total 
inability. True faith is the acknowledgment of one’s total dependence. 
It does not boast of its confidence. True faith is humble and quiet. It 
cannot be judgmental of others while it stands in such doubt of itself. 
It dare not act outwardly religious and pious, in fear that the true 
nature of its own weakness be exposed. The Lord said; “my grace is 
sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness.” To 
which the child of God says; “most gladly therefore will I glory in my 
infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me… for when I am 
weak, then I am strong.” ~Greg

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