21 August 2022: CONSIDERING YOUR CIRCUMSTANCES HINDERS YOUR FAITH (1) – Romans 4:19; Jonah 2:8

One of the major principles of faith you must master very well so that your faith is not hindered is taking your mind from the symptoms and the circumstances of your condition. Faith is the evidence of what is not seen. Sight is the evidence of what you can see. For as long as you are looking at what you see, your faith will be weakened, but the Bible says, “For we walk by faith, not by sight (2 Cor. 5:7).”

God uses our faith to take us through the process to the outcome He promised us. If you are looking at the circumstances, your faith will be weak, and you will abandon faith altogether many times.

When you begin to observe your symptoms if you are sick, you cannot also at the same time believe you are healed; you will forsake your healing. So many times, people blame God and say, “That man of God prayed for me and I didn’t get the miracle”. They received their miracle, but because they kept on considering their circumstances when they didn’t change immediately physically, they forsook their miracle. Thus, the devil stole it and they blame God or the man of God.

Faith in God worked for Abraham because he stopped considering his body dead. When you focus on your circumstance, you will keep thinking it is impossible. Abraham considered not. You consider with your mind and that is why it is so important to fill your mind with the promises of God to refresh your mind with the word of God.

PRAYER: Lord, I pray for grace and power to be strengthened against every negative circumstance. My faith will not be weakened by the negative things happening around me in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Job 1:1-3:26; 1 Corinthians 14:1-17; Psalm 37:12-29; Proverbs 21:25-26

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