Mekael I thought you might like this part.
“Faith is not an option for a Christian. If for no other reason than life is not what it seems. What you can see and feel is not the whole story. There is an entire world of invisible things that can only be accessed and brought into manifestation by your faith. One man said…”faith lifts you above the outward evidence of your life and empowers you to bring light out of darkness.” If you are only dealing with the physical aspects of life you will never get what belongs to you.
The scripture tells us “Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the Word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear” (Hebrews 11:3). God did not make the world out of something visible such as brick and mortar. He made it out of an invisible substance called faith. By faith He created the world.”
Did you exercise your faith today?
Next week, modernist architect Eileen Gray will receive her first cinematic recognition for years of prolific contribution to 20th-century design. Studies on female architects of the past have risen since the 1990s and credit is finally being given where due. But, is the possibility of a solely posthumous breakthrough deterring women from entering the field today?
On the contrary, new research by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) concludes that the number of women in architecture school is on the rise. But, leaks within the professional pipeline mean that few are reaching top positions and subsequent recognition.