At times we all had good feelings about certain situations as well as bad feelings about certain situations (confidence and worry are part of life). But do you think too much good faith can encourage things to go smoothly, and too much bad faith can encourage things to go awry?
I think no matter what the position of your faith at the present time, God's plan will be completed. It doesn't matter what you say, do, or believe. His plan will stay true. I think God knows what he's doing, and I don't think your current level of faith foreshadows your future.
I think that you may have a good point there...
You love your children regardless of their faith in you... You might do whatever you can to get them to make it on their own....
But whatever they do that causes the to fail..? if they do,
You are going to take care of them regardless of what you told them would happen if they do wrong.
There is an unspoken thought in there if ya look for it.
I actually agree with what you are saying. The power of positive thinking is my mojo...because it works
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