Corrie Ten Boom said
Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.
So how do we know what He is going to do in the future then?
Where does our future faith come from?
The ultimate guarantee for our future faith, the ultimate proof for us to have the kind of faith seen in Hebrews 11.17-22 is what we will gather in about 12 days to celebrate.
Even though there are so many all throughout His Word to us, the ULTIMATE proof of God’s ability and willingness to provide for you today and all of your tomorrows was sending His Son to take on flesh and live among us.
The word advent itself means “arrival” or “an appearing or coming into place.”.
We often speak of Christ’s “first advent” and “second advent”; that is, His first and second comings to earth.
His first advent would be the incarnation, literally, when He took on flesh — Christmastime.
As the Old Testament faithful longed for their Messiah to come, so we now long for their Saviour to come again.
He did it, He came, He lived, He died, He rose, He ascended, He said He is coming again, and He will come again. The ultimate touch point of our future faith is actually in the past, Christmas, and Easter, the life, the work, the person of Jesus.
Abraham and family all showed faith in the future, all showed faith in the future faithfulness of God. Let us live our lives now as if God will be there for you and yours tomorrow. Let us use this advent season to push us forward to future faith.