December 27


Measure Your Faith

By Tresta Neil

Called to Learn, Principles, Spiritual Growth, Word Study

(written by Tresta Neil in 2015 for Keyguard, our co-op class)

Take your pencil and grade yourself honestly on each question with a 1, 2, or 3: 1. Yes 2. To some degree 3. No

1. Do I believe that I can call on God and he will hear me?

2. Do I believe that I will receive what I ask?

3. Do I have great expectations?

4. Do I show daily enthusiasm?

5. Do I believe I can draw upon the power of God?

6. Do I believe that the answer to all my problems is close by?

7. Do I have a deep conviction that all that the Father hath is mine?

8. Do I believe that “life” treats me the way I believe it will?

9. Do I place all my dependence upon God?

10. Do I empty my mind of all contrary and negative thoughts so that faith can operate without interference?

11. Do I strive to show my faith through every thought, action and feeling?

12. Do I believe that I have dominion?

13. Do I believe God wants me to succeed?

14. Do I have a definite purpose in prayer?

15. Do I expect answers to my prayers?

16. Are all the forces of my being moving with my desire to be like Christ?

17. Do I believe in Christ and accept him as my Savior?

18. Do I feel confident that God loves me?

19. Do I trust the Savior enough to accept his will and do whatever he asks?

20. Do I firmly believe that through the Atonement of Jesus Christ I can be forgiven of all my sins?

21. Do I have enough Faith to obtain answers to my prayers?

22. Do I think about the Savior during the day and remember what he has done for me?

23. Do I have the faith necessary to make good things happen in my life or the lives of others?

24. Do I know by the power of the Holy Ghost that the Book of Mormon is true?

25. Do I have enough faith in Christ to accomplish anything he wants me to do even miracles?


The closer your number is to 25 the stronger the faith you have. This is an on going process and not about perfection. This is only a guide to help you know what area to work on.

Make it a daily practice to focus on faith, focus on one area until you have mastered it and then choose another one to focus on. Write about your progress, challenges and improvement in you study or scripture journal.

Questions taken from God Works through Faith by Robert Russell and Preach My Gospel

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