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Obedience and faith are virtues valued throughout the world Families of all religions and cultures spend countless hours teaching their children these personality traits Companies and social groups spend millions of dollars in an attempt to keep their employees and followers loyal to their cause The reason for this effort is obvious customers do not buy a product without knowing its quality and value Children will not obey their parents unless they are scolded and taught otherwise A constant effort with visual and emotional results is the only way to obtain the loyalty of someone in todays world This is the major problem with all types of religions found on the planet Blind faith is very difficult to trust and believe in What is faith with God It is a total dependence on God and the humble obedience to do Gods will The amount of faith is not as important as the right type of faith faith in the all-powerful God A mustard seed is small but it is alive and growing Like this tiny seed a small amount of genuine faith in God will take root and grow Almost invisible at first it will begin to spread first underground and then visibly Although each change will be gradual and imperceptible this faith will soon produce major results that will uproot and destroy competing loyalties People do not need more faith a tiny seed of faith is enough if it is alive and growing The life of Moses from the bible is an example of using a tiny seed of faith to do the work of the Lord God chose Moses to be a leader of the Israelites because he was a faithful and obedient man to the Lord With Gods guidance he changed his character preformed exciting miracles and received Gods gift to man Until the moment when he disobeyed God his leadership role was vanished Only those with persistent faith and obedience will
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