Key Text: Ephesians 2:8
1. Know: That faith is more than just belief, but an experience of trust and certainty.
2. Feel: Your faith grow stronger through the study of the Bible and a relationship with Jesus.
3. Do: Let faith be the guiding principle in your life.
I. Finding Faith (Habbakuk 2:4)
A. Faith is more than just believing in a truth; it is to live by that truth. How does you faith guide your actions everyday?
B. Faith matures through study of the scripture and personal experience. What is the basis of your faith? Why do you believe the way you do?
II. Living Faith (Hebrews 11)
A. Hebrews 11 is often referred to as the faith chapter. From Abel to Gideon, those of great faith are noted here. What specific traits set these people apart? How can we aspire to be like them?
B. Hebrews 11:6 says it is impossible to please God without faith. Why is it so hard to accept the gift of faith? What makes us waver at times?
III. Evidencing Faith (James 2:14-17)
James tells us that faith without deeds is dead. What are some ways you can let your faith be evident in your actions?
Our faith experience should serve as our guide through life. By studying the Bible and developing a relationship with Christ we can let our faith manifest itself in all aspects of our lives.