One man decided to cross the great, roaring Niagara Falls and to perform various daring feats such as riding his bicycle and once even carrying a stove and cooking an omelette on it (he ate the omelette).
On one occasion, Charles Blondin (for that was his name) after crossing the tightrope with a wheelbarrow, asked the crowd, "Do you think I can do it again?" "Yes, yes!", cried the excited crowd.
"Who will then get in the wheelbarrow?", asked Blondin.
No one did. The point of this oft-told story is that faith is shown in our actions.
Do you believe in Jesus? Do you really believe in Him?
When you sin, do you believe in His mercy enough to come to Him?
When what you want clashes with God's will, where do you put your trust?
When you are searching for happiness and fulfilment, who or what do you turn to?
If you ever want the clouds of doubt, fear, anxiety, stress, depression and uncertainty chased away and to live with confidence, strength, courage and faith, here is the secret: "So then faith comes from hearing and hearing comes from the Word of God." Romans 10:17.
It doesn't matter what our story has been so far because "...The end of a thing is better than its beginning" (Ecclesiastes 7:8). So keep fighting the good fight of faith.