Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Faith

Hi guys! *Waves*

How is everyone? I hope you are well and Welcome back to another episode of Writer’s Quote Wednesday as hosted by Colleen of Silver Threading, and co-hosted by Ronovan of Ronovan Writes. Today’s theme is Faith:


What makes us worry? What makes us doubt? What makes us second guess? Often our stresses come from the anxiety of not knowing. We can only see part of the staircase or only part of the road. We want to go on, except we’re not so sure what’s on the other side. Will the staircase end? Will my car drive off the road? What if there is no other side? Faith is going on despite the fact that you don’t know. It is the expectation of what you do not see. Faith is not seeing any possible solution and yet still expecting the answers to come. Faith is the expectation of the impossible, allowing you to push through because, though you can’t see it now,  you have the hope. Faith is the hope for what is not yet visible.


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I write to restore Black Historical Truth for the freedom of all people. Visit me online at yecheilyahysrayl.com and @yecheilyah on IG and Twitter.

12 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote Wednesday – Faith”

  1. Yecheilyah, this part said it all for me: “Faith is not seeing any possible solution and yet still expecting the answers to come.” What an astute observation. As usual, your words speak to me. Hugs, my friend! ❤

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  2. Fear of the unknown, of not having control worries me. I need to learn to let go and allow God to take the wheel. I need to strengthen my faith. I have plenty of hope. I think faith goes beyond hope. Faith is certainty that your goals will be met. I want that. Great post!

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    1. What helps me is to remember that faith is the expectation of what you cannot see. So whether that’s seeing physically or symbolically, I try to keep in mind that whenever I don’t see a possible way of making it through, and yet I still expect it to, that’s faith. Expect what you cannot see ; ).

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