Sunday, March 23, 2008

Weekend Wandering

Please answer today's question on your own blog, any time until next weekend. Just link to this blog (or to this post) so I can follow the progress of the discussion.

The question is: How strong is your faith?

15 comments:

Cowgirl said...

Strong. A long time ago when things were at their most bleak, I was thrown a lifeline literally. It altered my life. I'm still here. I believe.

i beati said...

surviving cancer 7 years now- very strong

CrazyCath said...

Wa-hey! Great question!
How long you got..... ;0) [grin]

BRUNO said...

Loaded question here. As for my faith in God---believe it or not from someone like me---VERY much so, each and every day!

Now, if you're referring to my "fellow-man"---very little, if any!

Present company holds an "exempt" permit, however....!

P M Prescott said...

Just right for my Sunday Soapbox.

Vic, the Cariboo Ponderer said...

I can't imagine living life without faith in God. I think it would be very difficult and I do not understand how people can believe when they die it is all over. I believe fully that God came into the world as Jesus Christ, died and was resurrected and will return again.

Happy Easter

Maggie May said...

I have faith in Jesus that I would not give up.It is a living faith!

the amoeba said...

I guess I'm the outlier here. Forgive me for not crafting a new post on the subject, as I've already delved into the topic here and here.

Lee said...

My response is up, David. Great question! And so appropriate for the season.

Cheers!

Maggie May said...

My response is in!

CamiKaos said...

you come up with the best questions... They always inspire me. My post is up.

Craver Vii said...

I'll take a poke at it. My response has been posted. :-)

CrazyCath said...

Hi David -
I'm a bit late this week but my post on Faith is up now. It's at this spot!

Magdalene said...

Hi David. This is a copy of my comment on Crazycath's last post.

I probably have more reasons than anybody I know for turning my back on any kind of faith or belief in anything outside of myself. I know I will never again follow any kind of religious expression of faith, particularly regarding this age's misinterpretation and expression of Christianity. However, despite everything that has happened to me I find I have become more loving, more joyful, more trusting as a result and know that I am a tiny part of a much greater I Am. In that I rest in peace.

George said...

Faith in what? I believe in God, but would I make a 'leap of faith?' Probably not. I have faith that eventually the right thing will happen, and I believe that there's a God who oversees all that. Sometimes we just have to let it happen (found you through crazycath).