If you notice a “crisis” in time, it’ll be easier to urge through and overcome it. If one avoids or doesn’t want to admit it, an answer becomes more and harder .
Let us know how faith like a child can help us:
Faith can help:
– to measure more relaxed, because ultimately not everything depends on me;
– to possess compassion and foresight, because there’s a greater horizon than your own self;
– To perceive my fellow citizenry and to face up for others, because Jesus may be a model and provides long breath;
– To admit one’s own mistakes and guilt, and to undertake to try to to better, because I still love God;
– to make my conscience because it’ll give me all the more reliable orientation;
– To dare to hope and to possess humor because i do know whom I trust, to whom I sat;
– To nurse meditation and prayer, because God can come here and provides relief from some problems.
Despite this gratifying development, however, there’s also great pressure, nervous rush, and frustration, loneliness, aggressive and depressive, dissatisfaction.
From life to faith:
Like the whole personality, faith also knows the event and maturing: the more “childlike” the experience of life, the more “childlike” the religion , the richer the life experience, the farther, deeper, and more helpful the religion .
Childlike Faith within the Christian view doesn’t limit life. Genuine faith helps to steer an independent, authentic and honest life. Faith may be a basic attitude with which I perceive the reality: what moves me within the deepest, what challenges me, what’s possible and what’s necessary. Faith means first of all trust: to believe the living God, to shape his life towards God and from him.
Ultimately, faith may be a “mutiny”: to trust God quite all other powers, forces, influences, and instances. With this imposition, a second is connected: to a life that opens to fellow citizenry – we don’t need and can’t be “perfect”.
Therefore one should never be afraid to hunt help. One shouldn’t and should not be alone during a “crisis”. However, there’s an opportunity in crises: they will become stages of maturity that deepen the religion and permit it to grow.
There also are crises in faith: e.g. when child like faith seems to be not helpful for the questions and lifestyle of an adolescent or adult. Or when misfortunes and disappointments make one doubt God’s love or maybe cause the loss of religion .