How to Have Unshakeable Faith and Know Peace

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God allowed life to shake me up a little so I'd be desperate for unshakeable faith. Then He showed me how to have it. This is what I've learned.

There’s a battle going on inside of you and me. A battle for our peace of mind.

Sure the enemy would love to rob us of our eternal future, but if that’s not possible stealing our peace today is good enough.

And he’s a master at it, isn’t he?

If he isn’t disrupting our lives with real problems, he’ll attack our minds with “what ifs.”

All to make us doubt God’s goodness and power.

How can you and I fight well-planned efforts to destroy our daily peace?

By knowing and trusting God completely.

I don’t trust easily. Life experiences have taught me that not everyone is trustworthy. So for me, trust happens when I get to know a person . . . through time I spend with them I learn whether they have integrity. If they are who they say they are and they do what they say they’re going to do.

It’s impossible to know that about someone we’ve just met or someone with whom we have very little connection.

But time and relationship teach us a lot about a person.

And it’s through time and relationship you and I learn we can trust God.

He has integrity. He is who He says He is. And He keeps His promises. And that makes Him trustworthy.

How do I know?

I was a slow learner. Remember, I said I don’t trust easily and Satan was really good at stirring up fear and feeding doubt in my life.

I’m so thankful God didn’t give up on me. He wanted a relationship with me even more than I wanted one with Him. So He allowed life to shake me up a little and brought me to a place where I was desperate for unshakeable faith.

Faith built on time and experience.

God allowed life to shake me up a little so I'd be desperate for unshakeable faith. Then He showed me how to have it. This is what I've learned.

How to Have Unshakeable Faith and Know Peace

Spend time in the Bible.

You don’t need a special formula or fancy plan. Just show up.

I loved Sarah Koontz recent post – One Secret that will Transform Your Bible Study Routine. It’s easy and doable!


There are lots of articles out there that will give you all kinds of tips for journaling, coloring, and personalizing your Bible and they’re all great if you’ll actually do them. But when I make it too big and complicated it’s easy for me to lose momentum.

And notes and artwork are great if they really make you focus on the Lord and grow closer to Him. I’m concerned I will focus more on a pretty Bible with impressive notes and end up making it all about me.

I need a Bible Study plan I will do. Because the more I spend time with God in His Word the more I trust His promises like:

Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Hebrews 13:8

If you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and if you believe in your heart that God raised Jesus from the dead, you will be saved. Romans 10:9

My God will use His wonderful riches in Christ Jesus to give you everything you need. Philippians 4:19

But the Lord said, “My grace is all you need. Only when you are weak can everything be done completely by my power.” 2 Corinthians 12:9 (ERV)

You, Lord, give true peace to those who depend on You because they trust You. So, trust the Lord always, because He is our Rock forever. Isaiah 26:3–4

God allowed life to shake me up a little so I'd be desperate for unshakeable faith. Then He showed me how to have it. This is what I've learned.

Spend time in prayer.

Stop and spend talking with God. Again, you don’t need a special formula. Just show up.

Keep a prayer journal. Pray Scripture. P.R.A.Y. Spend time on your knees.

I’ve joined Ruthie Gray’s C2K Challenge – Join the September Couch to Knee Prayer Challenge. I love it! No formula . . . just kneeling.


I’m a prayer journal girl and have written my prayers for years. But I’ve noticed something important as I put down my journal and got down on my knees I noticed…

Knee prayer pours out more and opens me up to the Spirit. I love to sit and write my prayers, but they can sometimes feel more academic and scripted. I catch myself think about what someone would think if they read my words. I want my prayer journal to be pretty and make me look good. (Can you relate? Tell me I’m not the only one.)


Knee prayer gets raw and I need that! It’s just the Lord and me. Real, honest, and unscripted. Less of me and more of Him.

That’s it! Easy right?!

Maybe not easy. Life gets crazy busy and we’re so easily distracted. But it’s doable and it’s OH SO WORTH IT!

When I’d see people with unshakeable faith I thought there must be some special formula. So, I spent years reading books and doing studies trying to find that formula.

I was making it too complicated.

Just show up and ask God to work unshakeable faith in you.

Faith that is complete trust grounded on the solid rock of God’s promises fulfilled through Jesus and affirmed through prayer.

Unshakeable faith that knows peace. 

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11 thoughts on “How to Have Unshakeable Faith and Know Peace

  1. Thanks for sharing my article on Bible Study. We really do tend to over-complicate it, and I’m learning the importance of just showing up, ready to learn. I also love the sound of this prayer challenge, swinging over to check it out now.

  2. I’ve got to check out the challenge Deb. I write out my prayers, and you’ve caused me to pause and think about that, and what my real thoughts are.

  3. Yes! Time and experience have made my faith grow stronger. I love that. Thank you for hosting this link up each week. Sarah’s post is great!

  4. Thanks for the suggestions, Deb. We’re two weeks away from my daughter’s wedding, and the details are starting to get to me. 🙂 I need to take some time today to just sit with the Lord!

  5. I love how you told us here that there is no formula to getting to know God better; we simply need to show up. Yes! He will do the work in us when we put our trust in Him.
    I will be out of town next week, so won’t be reading blogs. So if you don’t see my comments, you know why!
    Blessings, Deb!

  6. Deb
    What a wonderful blessing to read your valuable articles. Its like a bible study in special way. and one more thing sometimes I feel like this is exacly what I need to read. Thank YOU. Blessings

  7. Both Bible study and prayer are so very important to remaining encouraged in life, Deb. Thanks so much for your encouragement in these spiritual disciplines and for highlighting Sarah’s post. I’m heading over there next! Thanks for the linkup too!

  8. Your post is spot on. My mind has been a battle field lately. I am so glad God is sovereign and I can trust him with all of my ‘what-ifs’.

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