To the believer struggling with unbelief, I want to share with you that this struggle can produce a deeper faith in Him who is faithful—if you press through it. You don’t have to feel condemned, or as though you are betraying God because you presently have doubts where you once stood firm. Confess to your Savior that you need Him to help your unbelief.

Inspired by my pastor’s sermon, True Religion (part 1), yesterday, I talk more about unbelief and the life of the believer in the brief video blog below.

Books To Help You Through
Alister E. McGrath: Doubting: Growing Through the Uncertainties of Faith
Lee Strobel: The Case for Christ: A Journalist’s Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus

Disclaimer: I am not saying Jesus will appear to you physically, when I say “Jesus will return to you.” I am saying that, as you press through your doubts about Him, He will return to you your belief—that place in your heart and mind that once stood firm in the fact that He exists, and is there for you faithfully.