Faith/Logic

Good morning Family,

I’ve been thinking about our family members that are having issues concerning faith.  From what I hear and perceived is faith hasn’t been explained in a logically manner for them to believe.  Heb. 11:1 states that faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.  Rom. 10:17 states that faith cometh by hearing.

As I meditated on this issue, this what I believe the Spirit revealed to me.  First, I was questioned, which comes first, faith or logic.  As I pondered upon the question, I can see where faith produces logic, which in turn encourages and strengthens faith.  Example of this is a child’s birth.  How is it a liquid seed from a man is inserted into a female egg which fertilizes the sperm to produce a living human?  This human is then able to think, speak, run, jump, create, help, learn, love, hate, believe and form an opinion, as well as perform other things.  Did logic produce this?  Can logic produce anything?   Family, what do you think?

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One thought on “Faith/Logic

  1. I’ve never liked when people said that faith was illogical. To me, logic is just another excuse for people not to believe and another trick that the devil tries to use against us. We are logical beings. That’s why we have so many scientists and theists working to make sense of the world. But too bad because there are many things that we will never be able to explain. And that’s where faith comes in.

    Faith is the substance of things hoped for: When we want or need something, we have faith that we will get it. When we go to work, we have faith that we will be able to provide for ourselves. when we go to sleep we have faith that we will awaken.

    Faith is the evidence of things unseen: Babies are evidence of 9 months of faith that there is a being growing inside us. Our dad’s prosperity is evidence (for me) of all the faith that he has put in God over the years. Answers to our prayers are our evidence of faith.

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