‘Religious people often use the word ‘faith’ to describe their relationship with God. To the modern ear this sometimes sounds like a kind of vague belief, an inferior sort of knowledge, a not sure but I hope it’s true attitude. But faith really means trust or confidence in someone you already know or have started to get to know.’ ~Alan Walker
Faith is a lifelong journey. It could best be described as the paths, roads and walkways we journey on each day. These have many twists and turns and they sometimes have fabulous views. They also have potholes that need avoiding and signposts that have fallen down. But we trust these pathways and roads of life to get us to our destination. The same goes for our relationship with God. We put our trust and confidence in God to gently guide us through each day. It’s often described as simply having faith or growing in faith. These weeks of Lent give us many opportunities to treasure this gift of faith, of which we all have some without exception. It’s never the amount of it that is important but knowing that with it our life journey has meaning, direction and purpose.