I WILL WALK BY FAITH EVEN WHEN I CANNOT SEE

I WILL WALK BY FAITH
EVEN WHEN I CANNOT SEE

2 Corinthians 5:7, says

For we live by faith,

not by sight.

Hebrews 11:6 tells us that without faith,

it is impossible to please God,

because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists,

and that he rewards those who earnestly
seek him.

According to Hebrews 11:1,

Faith is the assurance of things hoped for,

the conviction of things not seen.

Just because we can’t see what God is
doing in our lives with our physical eyes
each new day,

does not mean that God is not working
all things together for our good,
Romans 8:28.

God is doing a good work in us even if
we can’t see it or feel it, Philippians 1:6.

Each new day,

we can be certain according to Scripture that we are being transformed from glory
to glory, 2 Corinthians 3:18.

What we see is not always what it seems.

That is why we should never underestimate what God is doing and what God is able to
do in our lives regardless of our past or our circumstances which also applies to others because nothing is impossible with God,

Nothing is too hard for God.

With Faith, all things are possible.

According to Romans 4:19-20,

Abraham not being weak in faith,

did not consider his own body, already
dead (since he was about a hundred
years old),

and the deadness of Sarah’s womb.

He did not waver at the promise of God
through unbelief,

but was strengthened in Faith,

giving glory to God.

In other words Abraham did let his
physical senses which includes sight
get in the way of the promises of God.

Abraham chose to walk by Faith

not by sight.

Abraham believed God in spite of what
he saw.

Scripture says that Abraham not being
weak in faith did not consider his own
body meaning that he did not think
about what his physical body looked
like because he was about a hundred
years old or his wife’s womb who was
past child bearing age.

He did not waver at the promise of God
through unbelief,

but was strengthened in Faith,

giving glory to God.

Abraham refused to let what he saw
with his physical eyes determine the promises of God.

He believed the LORD,

and the LORD counted him as righteous because of his faith.

Abraham chose to walk by faith

even when he could not see.

Against all hope,

Abraham in hope believed and so became
the father of many nations just as it had
been said to him,

“So shall your offspring be.”

God fulfilled His promises to Abraham.

The same God who was Faithful to Abraham is still the same God today,

God does not change,
Hebrews 13:8.

As Children of the Light,
1 Thessolonians 5:5

We can walk by Faith each new day

even when we cannot see being certain
that God is Faithful and true to all His promises.

God Bless

WORDS CARRY WEIGHT

WORDS CARRY WEIGHT

The truth of the matter is,

The words that we speak carry weight.

Our words have power.

Words have impact.

Our words have power to build up
or tear down, Ephesians 4:29.

Words create or destroy,
Proverbs 18:21.

Even if we can’t see it, the words
that we speak impact our lives as
well as the lives of others in one
way or another.

Job 22:28 (NKJV) says,

You will also decree a thing,
And it will be established for you;
So light will shine on your ways.

A decree is taking the promises,
the blessings of the word of God
and speaking them forth by faith
being certain that the words that
we have spoken will not return to
us empty/void but will accomplish
that which we desire and achieve the purpose for which we sent them,
Isaiah 55:11.

There is so much power in speaking
the promises of God, the Blessings of
the word of God over our lives, family
and friends.

This Year being a Year of Vision,

Let us continue to decree the Blessings
of the word of God by faith into our everyday lives,

into our realm of influence every single
day.

Let us call those things which do not
exist as though they did, Romans 4:17.

According to Scripture,

We serve a Mighty God who calls
into being things that were not.

God calls into existence the things
that do not exist, Romans 4:17.

God spoke the world into existence
Psalm 33:9.

Scripture reassures us that when
we decree a thing,

it will be established for us;

and light will shine on our ways,
Job 22:28.

God Bless

WE HAVE RECEIVED GRACE UPON GRACE

WE HAVE RECEIVED GRACE UPON GRACE

John 1:16 says;

For from his fullness

we have all received,

grace upon grace.

NKJV says,

From his abundance

we have all received

one gracious blessing after another.

According to Scripture,

Grace and Truth came through Jesus Christ.

In Christ, God’s fullness dwells richly in us.

Out of His fullness,

We have all received grace upon grace,

one gracious blessing after another.

God Bless