Finding the place "where the miracles of Jesus had their birth"

For many, disbelief isn't the problem so much as unbelief.

It's a state of thought in which we neither particularly believe nor disbelieve in God. Life pushes on. We are preoccupied with the apparent world around us, daily events—pressures of job and family. There is always shopping to be done, entertainment to be sought.

The outcome is an absence of belief. In the Gospel of Matthew we read that Christ Jesus in his own country "did not many mighty works ... because of their unbelief." Matt. 13:58. We can conclude that to dwell in the "country" of unbelief is not conducive to healing.

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Watching what we say
May 26, 1986

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