Daily Prompt: In Good Faith

Daily Prompt: In Good Faith
by michelle w. on June 14, 2013

Describe a memory or encounter in which you considered your faith, religion, spirituality — or lack of — for the first time.

As far back as I can remember, I have been spiritual and very attuned to Nature. I was raised Southern Baptist, taught the Bible by my maternal grandpa, who was a Southern Baptist Preacher. I held true to his teachings, but lost faith several times in my 50+ years. For me it would be a lack of faith that I would notice. I remember the first time. It was such a long time ago, 1972, when my baby brother was killed. I still had my grandpa to turn to, but he was in deep grief for a long time. The one thing that I remember helped me most, was reading Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach.
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In 1995, I came across another book that helped me understand more and come to peace with Creator; Conversations With God, Book 1, by Neale Donald Walsch.
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I have turned to these books over and over again throughout the years. The books and what my grandpa taught me has sustained my faith through many trying times.
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  1. Jonathan Livingston Seagull is another of my favorite books, but I’m yet to read conversations with God. I like what you said about not noticing faith, but rather the times when there is lack of it.
    Sent via my BlackBerry from Vodacom – let your email find you!

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