What the Bible teaches, and what is being preached as Biblical truths in mainstream Christianity are often two different things. Even though every Christian who has access to a Bible can easily see the differences, most Christians blindly accept as truth, everything being preached from the pulpits.
When we build our faith in what is being preached to us, and not what is written in the Bible, our faith is not able to sustain us when life gets hard. We need a sustainable faith that works to carry us through life in the good and the bad days. When we get sick or we are thrown headfirst into a financial mess, we need a robust faith able to carry us through and provide answers and solutions.
Is it possible to have such faith?
The answer is yes, it is possible to have a rock-solid Biblical faith that works and sustains you in both the good and the bad days. If you want this kind of faith, you have to stop listening to what is being preached from the pulpits and start building your faith only on what the Bible says.
This is where it can get a bit challenging for some of us because it will require you to make a clean break with a lot of Christian “traditions” that are being practiced in the church today. If you are willing to make that break, you will see a change in your life and start to walk in a sustainable faith where the love of Yehovah is so real that you can almost touch it.