How to share your faith!

I've learned a lot about this in the past few years by mistakes that I've made, so I hope this video blesses you with some wisdom in sharing God through sharing love. Remember that the Christian life is all about HUMILITY~ Ephesians 4:2, "Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love" I'm going to make a more in-depth video on the importance of doubting your faith sometime at the end of this month. I know doubting may sound like the opposite of faith, but it's actually super healthy & is one of the main reasons I have grown so much in my relationship with God in the past few years. If you think about falling in love with someone~ that requires being completely vulnerable with no infallible promise of complete reciprocation. I see my relationship with God and my spiritual journey in the same way, when I let go of the pride of having found truth and being "right" that frees me to fall deeper in love with God and to trust Him. My faith is no longer about my knowledge and what I "know" as truth, but about falling into the unknown to discover truth. If God is real, then I have nothing to fear from investigation into other religions. Completely trusting Him means racing after any doubt and embracing the doubt, thinking through any philosophical dilemma or evidence that might point toward another religion's way of worshipping God being the right one. Ultimately, I love truth and even if is painful for me, I want to know the full truth. So I doubt. A lot. And, it strengthens me. Every time I doubt it's a little scary, and I'm reminded that I need to re-give God control of me. I was reading Philippians yesterday and I liked this verse, "And I pray this: that your love will keep on growing in knowledge and every kind of discernment, so that you can approve the things that are superior and can be pure and blameless in the day of Christ" ~Philippians 1:9 Doubt = growing in the knowledge of your love for God. Because when you doubt you learn and through that are able to love God on a deeper level.