FAITH LOOKS NOT AT THE THINGS WHICH ARE SEEN - 2 CORINTHIANS 4:16, 18

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You can always apply this faith principle of “while we look not at the things which are seen and the things…” no matter what you are seeing. This scripture is not only talking about things you can see with your eyes but what you can relate to with your five natural senses. 
 
If you can approach God either by prayer or standing on the word of God, there will be a change. To get a divine result, you must not look at those things which are seen. 
While in school, I remember writing the exam for a pre-requisite course which I had already missed the continuous assessment tests worth forty percent of the total. In the exam hall, I said, “God I can’t afford to fail” and I began to pray in tongues. After some minutes of praying in the Holy Ghost, I heard in my spirit “begin to write” and formulae started to flow from my belly and I began to write. After the exam, I met a Christian brother who was one of the leading students in the class. He said, “it will take a miracle for me to pass” but my response was “Bro, even if the devil marks my scripts, I have passed”. When the results came out, that brother failed while I passed.
 
Don’t accept the defeat that your natural senses are presenting to you. Take hold of faith and the presence of the Holy Spirit in you.
 

PRAYERLord, I believe You can do exceeding, abundantly above what I can ask or imagine. Prove Your word in my situation in Jesus’ name.

 

BIBLE IN A YEARNehemiah 9:22-10:39, 1 Corinthians 9:19-10:13, Psalm 34:1-10, Proverbs 21:13