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The Lenten Journey – Pursuing Unconditional Faith

Pursue: Pursuing Unconditional Faith
Hebrews 12:1-3 (GNT)

Consider yourself chosen as you run the race of unconditional faith on your journey towards the kingdom of God. Seek and study the word and life of Christ for examples, encouragement and focus, in your pursuit of having unconditional faith to reach your ultimate goal of joining God and his only begotten Son, Jesus Christ.

As an example, us the life of the woman with the issue of blood who had unconditional faith and took the chance of being trampled thereby crawling on the ground amongst a crowd just to touch the hem of His garment, “He said to her, Daughter, your faith has healed you…” (Mark 5:34 NIV) Jesus felt her touch and He knows all of your issues too!

As you continue to pursue unconditional faith, surround yourself with likeminded Christians that know through their own struggles with the temptations of sin and strife from others, that sometimes, all you need is a little encouragement to make it through the day. In the book of Isaiah it states, “… strengthen those who have tired hands, and encourage those who have weak knees. Say to those with fearful hearts, “Be strong, and do not fear, for your God is coming…” (Isaiah 35:3 NLT) Don’t give up!

Lastly, take a moment to focus on the life of the Son of God, our Savior, Jesus Christ, as he walked along his journey being misunderstood, talked about, challenged, betrayed, and pierced while being nailed to the cross, knowing that it was all for you. He never looked away from his journey. Leading by example, Jesus showed us all his unconditional faith as he focused on joining his father in the kingdom God. Focus!

Be blessed

Felecia Teasley
Metropolitan Interdenominational Church
Nashville, Tennessee


Now is not the time to slow down and quit! It’s Holy Week! Increase your prayer time and continue to read through the New Testament, bring your Daniel Fast to a close. Find a place to worship this week prior to Resurrection Sunday. Keep up at

Bishop Vashti Murphy McKenzie


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  1. V. Askew-Artis says:

    For without faith it is impossible to please God! Faith motives and pleases God to exercise His mercy and grace on behalf of the believer.

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