I believe; help my unbelief!
Posted on the , in Thoughts for the Week, by Ashley Hardingham
It is recorded in Mark 9 that a man brought his son to Jesus in order that he heal him. The child’s condition was serious (epilepsy?) and Jesus stated that all things can be done for those who believe. The response of the boy’s father has become one of the most quoted verses about faith, ‘I believe; help my unbelief!’ There is no contradiction in these words, for in us all there exists the struggle to overcome the doubts that so easily arise and hold on to the truth of faith.
On Sunday evening, the service will be led by our young people as they unpack why it is that Christians hold differing opinions on some matters of faith.