Text : Romans 4:1-21; Romans 10:10

“What shall we say then that Abraham our father, as pertaining to the flesh, hath found…Abraham believed God…

For with the heart man believeth…”

It is required of everyone that will walk with God to believe – Read John 6:28-29; 1 John 3:23.

Until you believe, you will never see the glory of God manifest in any area of your life…And the sufferings of Christ has qualified all men to enjoy that glory here and now – Read John 11:40; Luke 24:26.

Until you come to the place of believing, you’re just in religion…like the Scribes, Sadducees and Pharisees…

Their only problem was unbelief – John 1:12; Mark 1:15.

Believing is what makes you supernatural…it is what authenticates your supernatural nature as a new man in Christ – John 3:6-8; Mark 16:16-20.

Abraham was a man in the flesh (a human being)…But believing God translated him into the realm of God…He became a friend of God…God was able to prove himself, to confirm his word through him – Read Romans 4:1-21.

Believe! Believe! Believe!

Jesus told them in Mark 9:23 “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.”

You’re no longer ordinary when you believe…you’re no longer human…you take your proper place in the realm of the spirit where things are settled…where things happen before they happen here on earth…where battles are won…where victory is purchased…where authority answers. Alleluia!

– Read 2 Corinthians 10:4; Ephesians 2:6; Ephesians 1:19-21; Ephesians 6:10-13; 2 Corinthians 2:14.

Exercising spiritual authority demands that you get into the realm of the spirit…It is your believing that locates you there.

Once you believe, you automatically leave the natural/ physical realm…

So, until you believe, you’re just flesh, human, carnal…And please, don’t you dare attempt any spiritual feat/ exercise/ project/ assignment…you will definitely suffer all manner of frustration…Like the sons of Sceva – Read Acts 19:13-16.

Go for accurate, exact, perfect and full personal understanding of the gospel of Christ…of the realities of the New Testament…it will make your heart a believing heart…and you’ll begin to enjoy life at God’s expense. Yes!

Do have a wonderful weekend! Peace!




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