Have Faith and Believe:




Faith is what moves God.

Faith - It's all about believing. You don't know how it will
happen, but you know it will happen.

Faith causes you to know in your heart before you
see with your eyes.
"For we walk by faith, not by sight."
2 Corinthians 5:7

Faith is the key to you material provision.
Faith is obedience to God.

Faith is knowing that God Will.

"You didn't choose me! I chose you! I appointed you
to go and produce lovely fruit always, so that no matter
what you ask for from the Father, using
my name, he will give it to you."
John 15:16

  Don't let your discouragement make
the devil rejoice.

 
Do not give up on the things God has placed
in your heart.
Keep pushing and praying,
and He will direct you.


God is for you, and Jesus is with you.
The Holy Spirit lives in you, so what is
stopping you? Go for it.

You can trust God completely, even in hopeless
situations. No problem is too great to be placed
in God's hands.

God is love.
Satan is the one that comes to destroy.

Are you asking God to touch your life and
circumstances, but not really expecting
God to move for you? If you pray and ask
Him to move, but you never really expect Him
to do so, you are praying and asking in
unbelief.
"But without faith it is impossible to please Him,
for he that comes to God must believe that
He is, and that He is a rewarder to them
that diligently seek Him."
Hebrews 11:6

'The Lord is compassionate and gracious, slow
to anger, abounding in love.'
:8
 
"And whatever things you ask in prayer,
believing, you will receive."
Matthew 21:22
If you really believe that God heard you
when you approached Him with His written
promise, you will not keep asking over
and over.
Asking over and over is not
believing, it's doubting.

  If you think that God won't for some
reason, you are doubting.

Doubt means:
"to be undecided or skeptical about something." 
It is a lack of certainty and a lack of trust. As Christians,
doubt is an enemy to our faith because we are to believe
what God has said will happen. If we doubt God's ability
to answer our prayers, then He will not answer them.

Faith, genuine faith that comes from the
heart, matters more to God than anything we
say or do.

God answers your prayers not because you are
good, but because He is good.

Faith activates God.
God will reward your faithfulness.

 
"Faith is the confidence that what we hope
for will actually happen; it gives us assurance about
things we cannot see..."By faith we understand
that the entire universe was formed at God's
command, that what we now see did
not come from anything that can be seen"
Hebrews 11:1,3

  Depend upon Jesus, for He said,
"You may ask anything in My Name, I will do it."
Wishing and hoping is not good enough. You
must have faith and believe.
Depend on His promises.

When you doubt - we pray and nothing happens.
You become disappointed and discouraged.
Your faith weakens. The devil tempts us to
believe that our prayer is ineffective or
that God doesn't care.

God limits or even refuses to work in a person's
life when that person's faith is weakened
by doubt or unbelief.
Mark 6:5, James 1:7

  Change your unbelief into belief.

  Unless someone is trying to pray a curse
down on someone or something equally foolish -
believing that your prayers went unanswered
because "It must not have been God's will.", is
not only unscriptual, but it is a faith -
destroying doctrine of demons designed
to keep you from obtaining those things
that are rightfully yours through
the sacrifice of Jesus.

  It is God's will to do what His Word promises.
According to God's will, you will have anything
you ask for. Trust without wavering (no hesitating,
no doubting) faith. "But when you ask God, be
sure that you really expect Him to answer, for a
doubtful mind is as unsettled as a wave of the
sea that is driven and tossed by the wind."
James 1:6,7

We are expected to believe God without
doubting and without wavering faith.
Wavering means: Between belief and unbelief
( whether or not God will actually do
what you asked of Him.)
Correct your wavering, God promised,
"Ask and you shall receive." and God said,
"Cast all your care upon Me."

Power in prayer comes from believing God's
promises. Believing involves thinking, talking,
and acting as though you
have already received.

Those who put their trust in God will never be
disappointed.

  If your faith is based on your feelings, emotions,
or circumstances, it will be unstable - up one
minute and down the next, but a stable faith
will enable you to
believe and receive.

When the devil puts lies in you mind like: "You can't
do this." "It's not going to happen.", you need
to recognize that ALL discouraging thoughts
are coming from the devil, and you need
to reject them.

 The devil gets you thinking negatively about God, don't let him.
Don't listen to negative thoughts the devil wants you to believe.
Negative thoughts are not from God.
Reject every negative thought that comes to mind.
Don't let the devil use your mind as a garbage dump.

Faith causes the promised blessing to manifest.
Doubt prevents it.

  "Believe that you have received." Clearly
we are to believe that we receive the very things
we ask for. Jesus does not say that the Father
may give us something else because He knows
what is best.
Believe God's Word that we receive whatever
we ask. Only believing prayer moves God
and receives from Him. God responds to faith.
The Bible says all believing prayer will receive
the believed result.
God says no to unbelieving prayer.

Don't be afraid of what could go wrong,
trust God to make everything alright.

Don't be afraid to trust God. He's bigger than
any problem you could ever have.
"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed,
for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you;
I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."
Isaiah 41:10

'There is no question that faith is a key
element in effective prayer. On one occasion,
Jesus could not do many things (miracles)
in a certain place because of the unbelief
of the people there.'
Matthew 13:58

You can't stand effectively on "blind faith".
You must have a "knowing" faith, and that comes
from believing wholeheartedly what the Word
Promises. You know God has spoken it and
declared it to be so, and you know you can
depend on that.

Prayer is not conquering God's reluctance,
but it is taking hold of God's willingness.

God never disappoints anyone who puts their
trust in Him. God is faithful, and
He does what He promises.
"God keeps every promise He makes"
Proverbs 30:5

'The Lord is trustworthy in all He promises and
faithful in all He does.'
Psalm145:5
Because God is faithful to His promises,
He will answer your prayer.

All things are possible with God,
nothing is beyond His power.
"For with God all things are possible."
Mark 10:27



  Beware of those Christians whose faith is
based on their own ideas and feelings, and
what they think is right, and not on God's
Word.
Some people say, "It may not be God's
will.", or "If it is God's will." There is no "If's",
the truth is: God's Word IS His will.
He only promises things that He is willing to
do. So do not have any doubt of uncertainty as to
what the will of God is. All of God's promises are His
will for you. You must ask God for what you
want and Believe that you receive it.

"Don’t let others spoil your faith and joy with
their philosophies, their wrong and shallow
answers built on men’s 
thoughts and ideas,
instead of on what Christ has said."

Colossians 2:8


   Then some people might say "God wants
what is best for you.", or "He might give you
something better." So, if you are praying for
something and believe that you receive it,
what if it is not what God wants?
How are you supposed to
"Believe you have received it"?

  The answer is:
Jesus said "Therefore I say to you, whatever
things you ask for when you pray, believe
that you receive them,
and you will have them."
Mark 11:24 NKJV

Regardless of what some people might say,
we are to give the word of God preeminence
over anything or anyone no matter how
spiritual their doctrine might sound.
Jesus did not say to "follow Christians",
He said, "Follow Me".
Focus on God's Word and ignore everything else,
no matter how reasonable or logical it may sound.



  You must believe that God has granted your
request, and that the answer belongs to you,
and that it is on it's way into your life.
Jesus did not say you are to believe that
God is going to give you an answer sometime.
You must believe God gives you an answer
when you pray, and the answer
is 'Yes'.
Jesus told you to "Believe when you pray."

God says "Yes" to all believing prayer.
To the doubt filled unbelieving prayer,
God says 'No'.

  "For all the promises of God in Him are 'Yes',
and in Him 'Amen', to the glory of God through us."
2 Cor. 1:20

Present your requests in faith and positively
(not begging or pleading). God blesses those who
believe
Him and act on that faith with confidence
in Him.
Think positive. You must believe.
Thank God in advance before you
physically receive your request.

Knowing that God is faithful, really helps you to
not be captivated by worry. Know that God will
do what He said that He will do. He will
cause it to happen.

Jesus literally said ,"If you believe in your heart
that God will do what He said He will do,
and if you do not doubt, you will have
whatever you ask."

Life is too short for "if's" and "maybe".
Have faith, know that God will.

The  law  of  receiving  is  positive  and  certain.
Power  to  move  mountains.
This  is  what  Jesus  said.
His  promise  includes that  and  more. 
It  includes  all  things.
“And  whatever  things  you  ask  in prayer,
believing,  you  will  receive.”
Matthew 21: 22
It  sounds  too  good  to  be  true,
but  it  is true. 

“…Ask and you will receive, so that your
joy may be made full."

John 16:24

 God’s promises are “Yes” and
our response is “Amen.”



God expects us, even commands us to believe that
our prayers are answered at the moment we ask.
We must believe that we receive the answer
immediately when we pray.

Through faith, we then give physical substance

to what God has done, to bring the
answer in the physical realm.
Hebrews 11:1

God moves in the spirit world and gives
us our answer by faith, and we convert it into a
physical reality through our actions. It might
be a minute, couple of hours, a day, or longer
until we see it in the physical realm. You can not
waiver in your belief that God has already
answered your prayer when you prayed.

 It is God who works the miracles,
but they come through us by faith.



  The promises of God are greater than the
threats of the devil.
There is more power in one word from God
than all the power of the devil combined.

Resist the Devil, standing firm in the faith….
:9

  Pray in Faith
"Whatever you ask in My Name, this I will do,
that the Father maybe glorified in the Son. If
you ask anything in My Name, I will do it."
John 14:13,14

'Blessed are those who put their trust in Him.'
Psalm 2:12

Nothing is too hard for God -
Nothing is impossible for God.
"With God all things are possible."
Matthew 19:26

God is still a God of restoration and healing,
no situation is too far gone for God to restore.

Don't let doubt and fear block your blessing.
Keep moving forward in the victory God
has for you.

Believe God's promises, stand on His promise,
saying what God says -
not what the circumstances say.
God will bring the promise into manifestation
despite how impossible the situation looks.
Remember, with God ALL things are possible.

"If you ask anything in My Name,I will do it."
John 14:14

"If you have faith as a mustard seed, nothing will
be impossible for you."
Matthew 17:20

Believing equals receiving - Be Positive.

  Remember - God has already promised.
Believe His Promises without doubting, take
authority given to you and pray with firm
expectation and walk in faith no matter
what you currently see or feel.

Expecting God to act on your behave shows
God that you truly believe in Him and
His Promises.

The dictionary defines Expect as:
To look forward to, watch or look for, anticipate,
count on, trust.
Same goes for faith, meaning:
Complete trust or confidence in someone.

Faith - It is the confident assurance that
something we want is going to happen.

If you are bold enough to pray a prayer,
you have to be wise enough to trust God
with the outcome.

Don't even question that you received what you
asked God for. You take it by faith.
Give God more faith than you do for the
Post Office, UPS, or FedEx.
Trust God and you have it in your heart
and consider it a done deal. You have it
by faith.

Do not worry about tomorrow,
God is already there.

   Trust and Believe God's promises

"Ask and it will be given to you." Matthew 7:7

'Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He shall give
 you the desires of your heart.' Psalm 37:4

"Therefore, I say to you, whatsoever things you
desire, when you pray, believe that you
receive them, and you shall have them."
Mark 11:24

"If you abide in Me and My words abide in you,
you will ask what you desire, and
it shall be done for you."
John 15:7

"And whatever things you ask for in prayer,
believing, you will receive."
Matthew 21:22

  According to God's will, you will have
anything you ask for.
Trust without wavering faith.
Believe.

'We please God by trusting His Promises.'

The one who truly believes and has faith,
will act on God's Word, with perfect assurance
that their request will be granted.



Prayer of Faith:

The "Prayer of faith" is a prayer seeking God
for help on any given subject.
In other words, asking for something, then
believing that God will give it  to us and
receiving it by faith.
You believe that God heard, and answered your
prayer when you prayed.
Unfortunately, so often, people are attempting
to pray what the Bible calls the "Prayer of faith",
when there is no faith in operation, and this is the
reason why they get no results.



  Believe the Word of God.
Receive the promised blessings. No matter what
traditional teachings has said, no matter what
others may say, believe, or teach.
If you learn God has promised in His Word -
believe that the promised blessings are for you,
and receive the promised blessing by faith.
Then you will see them manifest
in your life.

All the promises of God are yes in Christ.
It doesn't say His promises are a maybe
(uncertainty) but that they
are yes (definite) in Christ.

"Ask and you will receive, so that your
joy may be full."
John 16:24

"And all things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer,
believing, ye shall receive."
Matthew 21:22

  Once you doubt, the answer is cancelled.

When you doubt, you are disobeying God's command.
"Have faith in God."
Mark 11:22

  Nothing pleases God more than a
spirit of expectancy (faith).
Expect God to work, and He will.

'Trust in the Lord with all your heart and
lean not on your understanding; In all
your ways acknowledge Him,
and He shall direct your paths.'
Proverbs 3:5,6

Faith is knowing that God Will.

Only Believing prayer moves God and receives
from Him.
We are specifically told to believe
when we pray. This is what
God requires of us.
It is called "Faith in God".

  What you believe will effect your attitude and
your conduct. You can't make God do
something by acting like you believe.
But if you truly believe something, you will
talk, think, and act in line with that belief.

When you pray a prayer, you are to reach
right out and receive what you ask for,
when you know God wants you to have it.
And you can know that by the Promises
He has given in His Word.
You can then say,
"Thank you Lord, I have received it".

Believing involves thinking, talking, feeling, and acting
as though you have already received. Listen and obey
God's Word and feel confident that what He says
shall come to pass.

  Most everyone knows that God is in Heaven,
but the great secret of prayer is to realize and
understand that He is also in the same room
where you are.
It is the realization that God is actually present
that makes prayer vital and powerful.
When you realize that God is in the same room
where you are, you will not be careless
in your conversation with Him.
 
You must change the negative fear emotions
(doubt, worry, anger, frustration, helplessness)
to positive faith emotions (confidence, courage,
trustfulness, assurance, encouragement,
anticipation, and positive expectancy)
by prayer.

   Faith is taking God at His Word.

All of God's Promises are for you to receive, all you
 have to do is trust and Believe.

'And my God shall supply all your need
according to His riches in glory by
Christ Jesus.'
Philippians 4:19

Faith Says: God can and He will.
Doubt says: Maybe God can or maybe He will.
Unbelief says: God won't or He can't
Choose Faith.








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