Faith is your Servant. When you have faith like a grain of mustard seed, it will carry out its duty, every time.
Romans 12:3 says, “We have been given a measure of faith”. We are expected to grow that faith with the Word of God. As we endeavor to do this, the nature of faith takes over and becomes a powerful force. Faith sees, faith speaks, faith acts, faith stands, faith rejoices, and faith rests.
Join us as we dig into Mark 10:46–52 and discover four keys to receiving your miracle, by growing in principles of faith.
We can learn principles of faith in action from the widow in 2 Kings 4 who obeyed the prophet of God and put the one small jar of olive oil she had left in her house to work. Be like the widow, and pour out your oil where God tells you, then watch your greatest need become your greatest abundance.
In the Holy Spirit’s School of Faith, the agenda is often executing one simple instruction. Why is it so difficult for us to carry out one simple instruction? Today I invite you to join the class, but first you must promise to keep it simple.
From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible lays out God’s plan of intervention and redemption. Our relationship with Him is the key to ending the identity crisis and to finding purpose and significance in life. Don’t let satan steal your sense of identity in Christ and rob you of the purpose and significance that Jesus paid for at the Cross.
People have differing ideas on how to acquire and grow their faith. If we want to see results like the Jesus’ disciples and the early church we will need to acquire faith the Bible way.
There are a number of kinds of faith. Everyone, saved and unsaved alike, has a natural, human faith. Supernatural faith – a faith that believes with the heart rather than believing what our physical senses may tell us.
Today’s message illustrates faith principles that will enable you to confront every crisis by conquering fear and living by faith.
Many folks give up before they get to the “yes!” answer. In this message we explore reaching the goal for every believer to see each of God’s promises become “established fact”, to become reality.