I’m noticing more and more long term Believers who are disappointed with the outcome of their faith confessions. They’ve expressed how they go to church week after week, but can’t seem to manifest what they’ve spoken in so-called faith. First off, going to church faithfully, week-after-week doesn’t mean anything, if you’re not being taught effective faith principles and applying them. Going to church faithfully may look good, but the results we produce in our lives is always the determining factor as to whether or not we’re getting something from the experience.
It’s interesting and disturbing to hear Believers speak a so-called faith confession that’s canceled out, all in the same breath. As Believers we must carefully choose and speak the words of our faith confessions. Otherwise, we’re just going through the motions, producing no results.
Here are a few things to remember about Faith….NOW Faith:
-Faith is NOW, not tomorrow. NOW Faith is always in the present tense, not future tense. So don’t say, “God is going to do it.” Instead say, “God has done it.”
-Secondly, NOW Faith is always first person. For example, “I am Blessed.” This makes it personal.
-Finally, NOW Faith always agrees with the Scripture. So despite how you feel and what you think, your words should always be that of what Scriptures has said.
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Heb. 11:1)
Keeler Bryson is a Teacher, Motivational Conqueror, Author and Entrepreneur. She is the founder of Teachable Life Moments, LLC and Vision Writers Publishing, LLC.