12 August 2023: THE LANGUAGE OF FAITH – Mark 11:23-24; Habakkuk 2:4; Hebrews 10:38


The advantage of learning the truth of the word of God is that it gives you an understanding of how life operates. Sometimes I work and get tired, my body is stressed, and everything in me wants to say, “I think I’m ill”. Nevertheless, I make up my mind not to think or talk in the direction of how I am feeling because I understand God’s word. You must understand that the truth you learn in the church should affect your life. It is a waste of time if it doesn’t. Faith always has a goal; something it aims at. If you need healing in your body, you need faith for healing. You don’t need to listen to messages on prosperity at that time because what you need is the word of God on healing until faith for it arrives in your heart. 

The message of faith is so vital that we can’t survive without it.

Do you want to remain alive and not die? That question can appear funny because one would think, “Is there anyone who wants to die?” Yes, I meet them every day and identify them by what they say daily. The Bible says, “The just shall live by his faith.” That tells you two things: Firstly, it means the just shall continue to remain alive by faith; and
Secondly, his faith determines the quality of life he enjoys.

So, be mindful of what you say through your mouth.

PRAYER: Help me Lord to always speak the right language of faith. Amen!

Nehemiah 3:15-5:13; 1 Corinthians 7:25-40; Psalm 32:1-11; Proverbs 21:5-7

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