Have you ever been really pumped up on Sunday morning only to fall short by Tuesday afternoon?
Have you ever experienced a sudden burst of faith during a thought-provoking sermon only to fizzle out at the first sign of adversity?
A lack of consistency can cause your faith to dwindle and your hopes to sag.
Often people refer to this as being double minded.
James 1:8 says:
“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.”
In his New Testament letter, the Apostle James uses the term double-minded twice. One in James 1:4 and again in James 4:8.
According to Strong’s Concordance the Greek word for double-minded is G1374 and it means:
“double-minded, wavering, uncertain, doubting, divided in interest”