Text: 2 Corinthians 4:13; Romans 10:10; Mark 11:23-24; Colossians 4:2
Faith is a subject that we have to keep learning throughout our journey on
this side of heaven. We have to keep growing in faith and keep mastering
how to use it effectively. We must seek to come to the place where we speak
and it happens instantaneously like it happens for Our Father God and Lord
Jesus Christ. In this series, we are looking at the speaking part of faith which
is the part that produces manifestation.
Faith speaks. Any faith that is not speaking is not the God kind of faith. We
believe, therefore we speak. If you believe, then we would see it in your
words. With the heart we believe, but with the mouth we speak and salvation
manifests. Speaking is very important in the use of faith.
There is what faith says in prayer and after prayer that helps one take
delivery of what God has offered through prayer. Faith speaks a command in
the place of prayer. Note that Mark 11:23 says you must believe that you
have received when you are in prayer. In prayer, we must get to the place of
decree. The decree that we have already what we have asked in prayer. This
is the end of prayer and we have to get to that end. A strong command that I
have now what I have asked for in prayer is the release of faith in prayer.
After prayer, the voice faith you hear is thanksgiving. If what is coming out of
heart after prayer is complain or murmur, then you have not yet released
your faith. What to do is to go back into meditation in the Word. Meditate
until you believe you have it and thanksgiving will be spontaneous. The
behavior of faith must not be memorized and acted like in movies, they must
be the our natural and spontaneous behavior because we believe. Continue
in waiting for the physical manifestation with thanksgiving. Faith speak
decrees in prayer and thanksgiving after prayer.
Father, let true faith arise in me as I pray, so I will believe that I have
what I have asked for in Jesus Mighty Name.
Father, help me to have great conviction that I have already what I
have asked for in prayer so that I will be truly full of thanksgiving in
Jesus Mighty Name.
(C)2020 Paul Olashore