Wahoo—it is almost Sunday! We get to go to church! Here is Thomas Wat-son, from his "The Ten Commandments" book. . . .
"But I fear I have no faith, it is so weak!
"If you have faith, though but in its infancy, be not discouraged. For, 1) A little faith is faith, as a spark of fire is fire. 2) A weak faith may lay hold on a strong Christ; as a weak hand can tie the knot in marriage as well as a strong one. She, in the gospel, who but touched Christ, fetched virtue from Him. 3) The promises are not made to strong faith, but to true. The promise does not say, 'he who has a giant faith, who can believe God's love through a frown, who can rejoice in affliction, who can work wonders, remove mountains, stop the mouth of lions, shall be saved’—but whosoever believes, be his faith never so small.
"A reed is but weak, especially when it is bruised; yet a promise is made to it. 'A bruised reed shall He not break,' (Matt. 12:20). 4) A weak faith may be fruitful. Weakest things multiply most. The vine is a weak plant, but it is fruit-ful. The thief on the cross, who was newly converted, was but weak in grace; but how many precious clusters grew upon that tender plant! He chided his fellow-thief. 'Do you not fear God?' (Luke 23:40). He judged himself, 'We in-deed suffer justly.' He believed in Christ, when he said, 'Lord.' He made a heavenly prayer, 'Remember me when You come into Your kingdom.' Weak Christians may have strong affections. How strong is the first love, which is after the first planting of faith! 5) The weakest believer is a member of Christ as well as the strongest; and the weakest member of the body mystic shall not perish. Christ will cut off rotten members, but not weak members. There-fore, Christian, be not discouraged. God, who would have us receive them that are weak in faith, will not Himself refuse them, (Rom. 14:1)."