Uncompromising, Unshakeable, Unrelenting, Unmoving, Undistracted, Unafraid, Unfeigned – this is the type of faith I want. I need it. I crave it.

Yet, I am human and sometimes placing these words in front of my faith is hard. And sometimes it seems downright impossible because what I see with my eyes, and what I hear with my ears, and what I feel is so far from okay. But the truth is I can do all things through Christ. In my weakness HE is strong. I can not walk by what I see, hear, or feel. I must walk by faith.

I can have this type of faith if I fight for it – fight against my doubtful flesh – fight against what I see with physical eyes and just believe that God is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that I could ask or think. He is able. He is in control of my world.

I have to trust HIM.

I have to stay in His Word and not the culture’s.

I know government is compromised, people are shaken, wars won’t relent, society is distracted, some are afraid, and some are feign.

But believers are called to do and be the opposite.

I have to examine my own heart and do a faith check. Am I listening to God or man? Am I living by feeling or faith? Am I allowing God to change me or am I asking Him to change everyone else? Am I moved by circumstance or rooted in Christ? Who do I believe? Man or God?

I am not alone.

I do not have to be afraid.

I will not be moved.

I will not be distracted.

I will not relent.

I will not be shaken.

I will not compromise my faith – not for what is easy – not for what I want – not even if the world says my faith is wrong, intolerant, or irrelevant.

I must remind myself these things every single day, make my life about Him, and fight for uncompromising faith! Will you join in the fight for faith with me? I am praying that you will stand for your faith, fight for what you believe, and live as more than a conqueror through Christ who gives you strength!

Stay rooted, my friends.

Jesus is coming again.

Live unshaken.

May you endure until the end.

God is still God and He is still good.

Blessings,

Mandy Fender