10 April 2024: HOW TO BUILD A GOOD FAITH LIFE – Hebrews 11:13, 1 Kings 17:10-15

For the next few days, we will be considering six (6) steps that you can work on to build a good faith life. Whether God releases a word or you come across a promise in the Bible, these steps will always work. When you work the steps correctly, you will get the desired outcome.

STEP 1: You must have the promise of God on the situation or circumstance
You are not in faith if you do not have a promise or a prophecy which must come from the Bible or the Holy Spirit.

You cannot have a productive faith life if you do not understand the ministry of the Bible and the Holy Spirit.

A safe rule to operate in spiritual matters is to seek to know God first from the Bible and not from prayer. In other words, build a strong understanding of the Bible and take that to the Holy Spirit.

So, when standing in faith, ask yourself, ‘do I have a promise or prophecy?’ Your promise or prophecy can come from the Bible or the Holy Spirit (via various channels). However, it is safer when your promise comes from the Bible; but if you have developed your walk with the Holy Spirit thoroughly enough, you can safely rely on the other channels that He uses to give you a promise or prophecy to back up your faith process.

PRAYER: Lord, I receive grace to see, understand and hold on to your promises and prophecies at every point in my faith journey, in Jesus’ name. Amen!

Deuteronomy 34:1-Joshua 2:24, Luke 13:22-14:6, Psalm 79:1-13, Proverbs 12:26


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