Living on the faith train makes you look like a crazy person to most people. It's saying, I know there's no tangible evidence of this right now, but I know that it's going to happen.
I'm living on the faith train in several areas of my life. The one currently on my heart is where I'll be living when I get back to the states. The plan is to move to California with my old youth pastors. Live with them, do life with them, be involved in the church that they're moving for. Where faith comes in, is that they've known for over 2 years that God will be taking them to California... And they're still waiting on God. I don't doubt that they will be there by the end of May when I need them to be, but for people looking into the situation, I look like a crazy person.
"What do you mean you're making plans around something that may or may not happen by the time you need it to?" See... That's the thing. I have my moments of worry, but then I remember that God has never left me high and dry. It may not look the way I'm imagining or happen the way I'm planning, but I don't doubt God's goodness and His love for me.
In May I'm going to California. I have tickets for a Bethel conference in LA and everything. Living on the faith train looks crazy, sure, but man does it feel good. I'm not worried :).