Are you willing to believe?


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photo credit: http://biblegodquotes.com/for-we-walk-by-faith-not-by-sight/

One of my university courses is titled ” Faith Dynamics”.

Today was our second lesson and the more we are getting into it the more amazing it is.

I am just sharing with you a few of my notes from the class.

We all say ” we believe” and yes we do believe in someone or something.

Our believing will determine what is done in our life.If we believe we will receive.

Matthew 8:13 ” And to the centurion Jesus said, “Go; let it be done for you according to your faith.” And the servant was healed in that hour.”

Our faith must be active. We were created to believe. Just as He has given us eyes to see and ears to hear, He also has given us the power to believe.

We can choose to believe rightly or wrongly. Our believing power can take us towards God or far from Him. Wrong believing is what the Bible calls “unbelief”

Unbelief is not so much non-believing but it is wrong believing. The same energy we use to believe rightly we also use to believe wrongly.

Faith anticipates triumph whereas fear anticipates disaster.

The way we think is the most important factor in shaping what happens to us. Our circumstances are a result of our inner thoughts. Whatever takes place in our heart is more powerful in shaping our destiny than anything happening to us outside of us.

The Lord says if we have faith as small as a mustard seed we can move mountains. We have the same power and authority as our Lord Jesus Christ. We too can calm a storm, heal the sick, raise the dead, if only we believe.

Are we willing to step out of our fear zone and start praying and believing we are more than conquerors?

Let’s keep moving with God’s word as our emblem, as our authority.

Let us cultivate the spiritual art of seeing the invisible.

Keep walking, Keep moving, Keep Believing!!!

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6 thoughts on “Are you willing to believe?

  1. “Faith anticipates triumph whereas fear anticipates disaster.” Loved this! Blessings!

  2. Oh, this is so good. I recently read a quote that faith is where our theology meets our reality. I think you pointed that fact out very eloquently. Thanks for this today, dearest Natasha!!!

  3. Stepping out on faith, leap of faith and faith believing: we know the catch words but, as you so eloquently put it, we must have an active faith. Very nicely done!

  4. Stopping by from Five Minute Friday. Sounds like a class I would like to take. Love the reminder from 2 Corinthians! Thanks for sharing!

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