When I was in New York City, I could have faith that God reminds me about His love for me. Because I was there for my friend's bridal shower, which is a party that the bride has before she gets married, I was reminded that true love is only given to us by our God.
In Philadelphia, I could have faith that He provides friends, food, and shelter. I did not have to worry about spending money or driving too long without rest because He provided friends for me who opened their homes to me so that I would find rest.
Then when I went to Panama City Beach, Florida, I could have faith that God would test me and give me struggles so that I would mature in my faith. When I was almost unable to get on the flight back to Baltimore, I had little faith that this trip was worth it. I went to PCB to share my faith with high school students and college students who were partying on the beach. I was going there for godly reasons, but I had such little faith that God would help me when I surrendered worldly things for greater purposes. He showed me that He was for me by having a broken plane, which caused a bunch of people to get off the plane and I could get on.
Finally, in Washington DC, I could have faith that God would show me that I am not perfect. Even though I had just had an amazing experience in the last three cities, I was still prone to sinning and becoming impatient with my family. I have faith that He is perfect, and I am sinful. It was a hard reminder.
We, as humans, often have little faith, but God is always faithful to us. Even when we can't understand or see how He is there for us, He loves to have a personal relationship with us, and He is always faithful in that way.
Until next time,