Episode 2

Fact vs Faith

On Today’s episode we will focus on “Fact vs Faith” We can also say Science vs Faith because Scientist tend to act in an official capacity when in fact, it is a guess-timation.

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Summary

Episode 2 focuses on “Fact vs Faith”. We can also say Science vs Faith because Scientist tend to act in an official capacity when in fact, it is a guess-timation. Our faith walk with God doesn’t allow us to see before we believe, it requires us to believe before we see. Arthur Medina leads the conversation that explores the relationship between the two and how we as believers use the Verity of scripture to determine if we are operating in fact or operating in faith.

In this episode, we discussed… 

— How would you respond to someone using Scripture in a practical way that God is the Creator of life? [08:23]

  • Regardless of the person asking the question wanting to be practical or not, or the motive behind the inquiry, it’s an opportunity to show the love and grace of God and point them to passages of Scripture, like Colossians 1:15-17 and Romans 1:18-22.

— Medical miraculous healings. How do you explain this in your own experience and understanding [30:41]

  • Healing can occur instantly or over a while, but it is essential to watch what you say and ensure that you remain in a posture of praise and gratitude before, during, and after receiving your healing. Also, one of the co-hosts shared two personal experiences of divine healing during this segment.

— Impossible situations and circumstances… Reflect on the times you’ve seen The Lord at work in your life? [45:02]

  • God is God, whether we, as believers, are at the top of the mountain or in the valley. It is vital to remember that He is not the Author of our pain and tribulation but the Solution. When we go through tough times, we should run to Him rather than run from Him because when we can’t hear His voice, we can trust His heart.

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