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In response to my last post my lovely blogger friend C.C. asked me to write about my faith, my spiritual views, and how they impact my life. 

I haven't written extensively about faith. By checking my FAITH tag I found only two entries: 

"Why God?" and Faith & Why can't Christians keep their faith to themselves?
Just re-read both of those, and they're pretty good, if I say so myself :-P.

I am a person of faith. I am a Christian. I believe Jesus died on the cross for my sins and rose again. I'm a prayer. I pray. Not as much as I should, probably. I believe in the power of prayer. 

I believe my faith shapes me as a person. I attribute my positive personality to being a person of faith and trusting in God and God's will. People comment often on how it seems like I'm always happy. I attribute that to being a person of faith. 

In reality, I'm not always happy. This year in particular I've dealt with three huge heartbreaks. Three situations that I know I couldn't have made it out of emotionally if I didn't have faith. If I wasn't able to trust in God that things were going to be alright, and that things were all a part of His will, I'd probably still be laying on a floor crying somewhere. 

My faith and spirituality are huge parts of who I am. 

How does your faith and your life interact? 


  1. Thanks for answering the question. I'm always curious how faith impacts the every day decisions. When the rubber meets the road so to speak.

  2. Thanks for being open about this. I never knew you were a Christian, LaNeshe. I like the second link you posted above. I've found myself writing about my faith A LOT on my blog, and it has been such a surprise to me. But I always find such a sweet release once I post it. I don't know how else to explain it.
    Thank God for a God that doesn't leave us crying on a floor! :-)


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