Slow faith is faith that develops over time spent in God's presence (Isaiah 41:10). It's a felt sense of who God is, along with the experience that backs it up.
It is dedicating time to sit at the feet of Jesus, the way Mary did (Luke 10:39), so that you can develop her faith and learn about him.
Slow faith is about giving yourself Sabbath rest and slowing life down (Matthew 28), so there's plenty of space for your morning quiet time routine and for whispered wisdom from God when your mind and heart are open to hear it.
It's trusting that God will lead you down the path made for you (Psalm 16), without the rush to get there yesterday. It's resting in hope as we continue down that path, following him.
Slow faith is the willingness to get cozy and quiet, and listen for that still, small voice while you spend time delighting in God's presence and he delights in yours (Psalm 16).
It's giving God your doubts (Mark 9:24) and being willing to wait to know the answers, because you've decided to trust God no matter what. And you know there's time.
Slow faith is filling yourself up with God's love (John 13) because there's nothing you'd rather do and no place you'd rather be.
This is what slow faith means to me. It's the kind I want most.
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