THE POWER OF FAITH (3) - JOHN 11:17 – 44, MARK 5:25 – 34, HAB. 2:4, HEB. 11:6

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Bible in a year: Jonah 1:1-4-11, Revelation 5:1-14, Psalm 133:1-3, Proverbs 29:26-27

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One of the greatest attacks of the devil against the Church and against Christians is to undermine our appreciation of the power of faith. Faith makes you have access to an extraordinary life; faith takes you out of the limitations that natural life puts every human being. Once you are born of a woman and man’s union, there are some limitations that you will face but once you get on the platform of faith, it has the power to take you out of those limitations.

If you ask medical doctors about this woman’s case, it could have meant anything. It could have been any disease, problem, situation or condition. Faith gives you the right to expect something contrary to what the best of man has predicted.
We face many situations in the world that gives us cause for fear and you will be stupid if you face something that makes people afraid and you are not afraid. You are either insane or you have an answer that people don’t know about. You must understand the power that faith brings to you, the power that faith makes available to you.

The devil can deal with your brain, the devil can handle your senses, the devil can handle your understanding but the devil cannot handle your faith. The Bible is full of the incredible faiths of men that dared to believe God.

When you are dealing with the subject of faith, you are going to come up against the most terrible battle you will ever fight in your life. The reason many people have not tested their faith is because of the battles that surrounds faith is an internal battle. A mental battle is a battle that can leave your inside and get to your environment and the closest people to you. Sometimes, the people that you respect most will not go with you on the battle of faith. Understand that the battle of faith most of the time is a personal and individual battle.

Prayer: Lord, I ask for a fresh revelation of the power of faith. Grant me grace to live a life of faith and become all that you have destined me to be in Jesus’ name. Amen.