Anaesthetic Faith

Anesthesia

Anesthesia, or anaesthesia (from Greek ἀν-, an-, “without”; aisthēsis, “sensation” is a temporary state consisting of unconsciousness, loss of memory, lack of pain, and muscle relaxation.

What anaesthesia has to do with faith, you may ask?

The genuine faith is emotionless!…Faith is detached of everything that has to do with feelings. That’s why when one is indeed “In faith” it’s like one has been “Anaesthetised” against the feelings that come against us. Remember anaesthesia is the lack of sensation!…

” Anaesthetic Faith” effects:

  • Lack of doubt
  • Lack of fear
  • Neutralizes self-pity
  • Neutralizes bad thoughts
  • Neutralizes complexes
  • Neutralizes negativity

How can you know that you are living the pure and genuine faith, that will lead you to overcome all your problems and maintain your relationship with God?

If you have been living by feelings, emotions, cravings and by the impulses of your desires, then you are “Out” of faith!…You’ll be stuck and your emotions will deceive you somehow, leading you to take wrong desisions.

Hebrews 10:38

“Now the just shall live by faith;
But if anyone draws back,
My soul has no pleasure in him.”

Ana

Collaboration of Ana Bacala

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One Response to Anaesthetic Faith

  1. Rajani says:

    This analagy is cool :) and so true!

    Faith mixed with emotions will never bring positive results because for faith to work it has to be utterly and completely numb to emotions, feelings and the like.

    Applying it to my life; I know that I need to keep my faith pure and unaffected by my feelings, emotions, doubts and so on. To do that I have to reject what I feel and avoid speaking to people who will only generate fears and doubts and avoid places and situations that only feed and/or stir up my emotions; i.e. highly dramatised TV programmes, emotionally packed movies, etc.

    Its up to me to do whatever it takes to protect and keep my faith as the Word of God advises:

    “Work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.” Philippians 2:12

    Thank you for sharing!

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