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  • Writer's pictureKevin Smith

Faith, Spirituality, and The Spiritual Awakening: The Seed of God

In the quest for enlightenment and inner transformation, "Faith, Spirituality, and The Spiritual Awakening: The Seed of God" is a guiding beacon. This insightful exploration delves deep into faith and spirituality, unraveling the profound mysteries surrounding our connection with the divine. It serves as a roadmap for those embarking on a journey of spiritual awakening, where the seed of God within each of us is nurtured and allowed to flourish.

Discover the intricate characterization of faith, the profound significance of spirituality, and the awe-inspiring moments when the divine awakens within. Join us as we embark on a profound voyage of self-discovery and spiritual enlightenment. This is a transformative experience, a realization of the power of faith and the infinite potential within each of us.

Faith, Spirituality, and The Spiritual Awakening: The Seed of God
Faith, Spirituality, and The Spiritual Awakening: The Seed of God


The concept of faith is believing in the unknown. Faith equips us for all of the evolutions we will face as believers. Faith is the building block of spirituality. Hebrews 11: 6 KJV states, "But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him." This verse is a key component to figuring out how to use faith in our favor and to receive the blessings we seek from God. Faith is the power that starts the germination process of the seed sowed that produces our works' harvest. In other words, the belief we have before we begin a task is the power we use to manifest the fruition. Meditate on the verse diligently, expecting its significance to come through revelation. Next, we'll unearth the world of spirituality. Here's an intriguing take on faith from the website Got Questions: What does the Bible say about faith?


Spirituality is a belief system that uses power from unseen forces to guide, equip, rectify, provide insight, and protect us when we step out into the world. The idea of spirituality has been used by many to help navigate the spirit realm and receive spiritual wisdom or intuition. Spirituality develops energy in us when we begin thinking or meditating. The energy that moves through us sets our belief system in motion, which evokes visions or revelations according to the prayers or requests we send out to connect with God. Once our belief system is activated, we strengthen our faith with repetitive acts of spirituality and learn how to use the power of the Word. We develop a spiritual awakening by consistently reading, praying, and meditating. Let's take a closer look at our awakening.

Spiritual Awakening

There are several ways one may experience a spiritual awakening. The main subject to focus on is the separation of man from the Spirit. At some point in our lives, we separated from the Spirit of God and became wanderers, lost in worldly doctrine. Who can we trust to have our best interest at hand when we need help? Without a spiritual bond, we can't trust the thoughts we face when trouble comes. We tend to make bad decisions and set ourselves back instead of listening to sound judgment and moving forward. We make better decisions and experience more joy when our spiritual awakening happens. It is written in Galatians 1: 15-16 KJV, "But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother's womb, and called me by his grace, To reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the heathen; immediately I conferred not with flesh and blood:" Meditate on these verses diligently, expecting their significance to come through revelation. Here's a short video to help visualize the process - Spiritual Awakening: The Key To Unlocking A Growth Mindset.

The Seed of God

In the Bible, Jesus Christ is named as the Son of God and the Son of Man. Strong's Hebrew and Greek Lexicons define Jesus as "Jehovah is salvation" and Christ as "anointed." Galatians 3: 27 KJV says, "For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ." Strong's Hebrew and Greek Lexicons define the word baptize as "to immerse." Now, combine this verse with 1 Corinthians 2: 12 KJV, which says, "Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God." Meditate on these verses diligently, expecting their significance to come through revelation.

In conclusion, these topics and scriptures are a basis to get movement into our lives and begin getting answers to questions that many of us struggle with. With dedication and consistency, we produce better outcomes with our spiritual practice and expect to live prosperous lives. Most of us would agree that we want more out of life. There are several ways to get the results we are looking for. Still, the best thing we can do is to strongly believe that we can accomplish anything and expect to achieve whatever we desire. I hope these concepts resonate with you and you get everything you've hoped for. Be bless.


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