Many thanks to Bible or Not reader Angela for today’s quote about the connection between prayer and faith. This modern-day anecdote almost sounds like a Bible proverb, but it comes from a song written by Samuel T. Scott and Robert L. … Continue reading
Faith is an interesting thing. The Bible calls it the substance (meaning foundation) of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen. So, it is that thing that gives the believer strength and hope in God, and it is a witness to others (i.e. the evidence) that the unseen God of the universe is real and true.
“For those who believe, no proof is necessary. For those who don’t believe, no proof is possible.” – Bible or Not?
But is the evidence of faith enough to be considered proof? Today’s quote implies that in matters of faith, proof is irrelevant. Learn why that may be true…
How many times have you heard someone say to “let go and let God”? This popular quote usually comes up when we are worrying or being anxious about something. You would think it’s in the Bible, but is it?
“Let Go and Let God.” – Bible or Not?
The Bible teaches us that we are to walk by faith and not by sight, and that is the crux of letting go and letting God. Find out the origin of letting go and letting God and whether it’s in the Bible, or not…