Unshakable Faith In GOD Means That We Trust in The LORD, And in His Lessons in The Verses of The Bible.

Develop unshakable Faith in God Through Humility and Bible Studies. 

Unshakable faith in GOD means you trust HIM even when you don't understand, and having confidence in His promises written in the verses of the Bible.

Someone might ask, "how can I develop unshakable faith by being humble?"

The answer to that question can be found in the following scripture...

1 Peter 5:6-7 

 Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time:

 Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.

Please understand that when we humble ourselves, the LORD becomes very pleased with us. GOD hates the proud spirit, the proud look and every ways of pride. 

Since GOD has nothing to do with the proud, it becomes impossible for you to develop unshakable faith without humility.


The LORD said; when we choose to be humble, He will exalt us. When believers choose to humble themselves, and let go and let GOD fight their battles, they will never be defeated. 

The results genuine Christians get when they step aside and allow GOD to deal with their enemies is what help to develop their unshakable faith. 

Be humble. Let GOD work. Stop fighting devils on your own. The battle is not yours, it's the LORD'S. 

Bible studies will strengthen your faith in the Lord because faith in God changes everything. The word of God is quick and to the point; so find Bible study lessons on the topic of faith. 

Unshakable faith in God cannot be achieve by doing a one day Bible study every month or being humble once a week. 

You develop faith in God by consistently reading your Bible and work on your humility everyday.


Unshakable Faith is Produced Through Sufferings. 

Everybody today claimed to have unshakable faith in GOD. The LORD has a habit of putting their faith to the test, to see how solid it is.

Most times when GOD scans their faith through the trials of life, they fail the test. The test usually comes from the trials of life, but your ability to pass them depends on how much you trust God. 

The average Christian these days cannot go through anything. When struggles, sufferings and persecutions come, they ran away from the presence of the LORD. 

JESUS went through ridiculous sufferings and excruciating pains for us. His enemies despised and rejected Him. The things which we should have gone through were put upon Him to bare. 

He was despised and rejected of men; a man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from him; he was despised, and we esteemed him not.

Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted.

Isaiah 53:3-4 

To have unshakable faith you must be afflicted, you must be despised and rejected of men. After all of this, you will develop a solid faith, under one condition:

You cannot compromise!


Too many believers have given up when the stakes are high. Too many Christians want solid rock faith but don't want to stand up to the fiery darts that the devil is throwing.

Let us not easily back down, but stand still and see the salvation of the LORD.

God bless you


How much do you trust GOD?

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