When something really awful occurs, you may use the word
"unbelievable" to describe it. During those times, even if what happened
may have shaken your life, it is very important to maintain your faith.
Circumstances are volatile, but God is never-changing—the solid rock.
You can't depend on your outward surroundings; however, you can
depend on God. That's the purpose of faith.
(Hebrews 11:1) describes faith as being sure of what we hope for
and certain of what we do not see. Then, the rest of
(Hebrews 11) goes on to discuss great men and
women in the Bible who exhibited faith. So, when your circumstances are
unbelievable—whether good or bad—be sure to maintain your faith, your
confident assurance of God's love for you.
All the people mentioned in (Hebrews 11)
went through difficult circumstances, yet they still believed God even
in the midst of their tough trials. Follow the examples of Abraham,
Noah, Joseph, Moses, and countless others: live by faith. It is
important that you still believe God even when you can't believe what