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by | Jan 13, 2019 | Sermon

Walking ‘in faith’ means though there are challenges, yet you still trust God. Things we see are major problems that affect our faith in God. Faith is from the heart not by sight. If the heart doubt, you are conquered.

Hebrew 11:1 is just believing what does not exist but seeing it happening. Enemies of faith are what we see and fear. John 20:29 there is blessing in walking in faith. Opposite of blessing is curse. Thomas is curse because he did not believe. Laying hold on your unseen wealth, healing, miracles and the likes. Don’t wait until you see it but just believe even when it has not happened.

Your faith must be tested. A man’s true self is discovered when tested with power, money and sex. God will give you want you can manage not what you asked for. Psalm 106:12. Praise Him before the deliverance, miracle, wealth and more arrived.

Two Demands of Faith

  1. Faith demands demonstration: Express what you are expecting to happen.
  2. Faith demands patience: Isaiah 28:16. Faith requires waiting for the appointed time. Genesis 15:1. It is a gradual process. God makes all things beautiful in His time. Ecclesiastes 3:11.

How to get the Faith

  1. Study the word. Romans 10:17. Listen to and study the word of God.
  2. Testimony of men. Revelation 12:11. Testimony from people of what God has done will increase your faith.


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