Do you allow yourself within your daily lives to have Faith as Mary did on her journey?
Faith in what you cannot see, but looking towards anyway?
Faith in what you cannot touch, but believing it exists?
Faith in what you cannot predict, but going forward knowing it will be what it is meant to be and you will be taken care of?
I have been blessed to have a beautiful gift of faith my entire life. It doesn’t come naturally for everyone, but I believe it is attainable. I love when people literally stop me and want to talk with me about how I got to that point. The passion that comes from my soul talking about this faith not only reminds me on blessings of my life prior, it reminds me it is in part following Mary, Our Mother’s lead today and always.
I don’t always have the answers they are searching for within my story, for I simply believe in that which I cannot see and to many that’s inconceivable. We live in a world that has so many different facets to it, to simply trust in and have faith in an unknown outcome to some is not reasonable. But, that is specifically why we each walk our own individual journey which I believe balances out life’s equation.
For those who believe in peace teach those who simply don’t believe in its possibility, by living this faith in their lives while teaching others of how it is possible. Again, that which you may not be able to see is possible if you embrace faith as Mary did in all her decisions and trials.
My journey is one I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy, but at the same time it has made me who I am today. I believe the lessons learned in my every step have guided me to trust in the steps I know I will walk in the moments to come. At some point I embraced the miracle that I was still alive and realized it was more about something bigger than me, something that I could not explain nor was I going to try.
I was going to embrace this faith and be open to what the Holy Spirit, to what God and especially Our Lady was asking of me. I simply vision that which I desire and have faith in its coming to fruition. I trust that whatever my journey becomes is what has been asked of me. When I have trials today, I let my faith guide me to the best decisions and without fail peace follows.
Mary’s faith was undeniable in every day she breathed. She said, ‘yes!’ She said it over and over and over until people soon followed her lead. Imagine your life today if you could give yourself to over to this faith?
Call on Mary today in prayer, call on her and ask her to walk with you on your journey towards embracing faith in ways you never once thought possible!