I have faith—that is never in question. What may be in question, however, is where that faith is placed. Words of doubt, fear, or worry signify a negative faith and are the opposite of positive, hopeful expectation.
I catch myself and refocus my energy into affirmative, constructive thinking. I center myself and remember that with God all things are possible. When I notice improved circumstances, my faith continues to build. But even when I do not see evidence, I still believe. If I am tempted to doubt, I resolve to keep the faith.
I keep my mind open to possibility thinking and envision all good things. I believe in the love, the activity, and the presence of God in all situations. I am continuously blessed with rightly directed faith.
Jesus said to him, “If you are able!—All things can be done for the one who believes.”—Mark 9:23