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Saving Faith

October 01, 2020 Gaius Goff
Anchorpoint Radio
Saving Faith
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Anchorpoint Radio
Saving Faith
Oct 01, 2020
Gaius Goff

What a tremendous amount of confusion surrounds the use of the term 'faith.' Many people look at faith as a concept that comes up only in religious discussions. They forget or don't realize that they exercise faith every day of their lives - in people and things around them. Some are even proud of their faith, claiming to have 'great faith' and relying on it to get them to heaven. They forget that even great faith in an unreliable object is very foolhardy indeed. Skeptics even contrast faith with reason, teaching that faith is only necessary when there is nothing to support it. How totally wrong this is! And how contrary to evidence-based Biblical faith! This week’s message looks at the faith in three well-known Bible characters - Noah, Moses, and Abraham, and how it relates to the qualities of 'saving faith' that we all need - the kind of trust and reliance on God that truly saves the soul. Do you have it? 

Show Notes

What a tremendous amount of confusion surrounds the use of the term 'faith.' Many people look at faith as a concept that comes up only in religious discussions. They forget or don't realize that they exercise faith every day of their lives - in people and things around them. Some are even proud of their faith, claiming to have 'great faith' and relying on it to get them to heaven. They forget that even great faith in an unreliable object is very foolhardy indeed. Skeptics even contrast faith with reason, teaching that faith is only necessary when there is nothing to support it. How totally wrong this is! And how contrary to evidence-based Biblical faith! This week’s message looks at the faith in three well-known Bible characters - Noah, Moses, and Abraham, and how it relates to the qualities of 'saving faith' that we all need - the kind of trust and reliance on God that truly saves the soul. Do you have it?