For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation (Romans 10:10 KJV)
Glory & Grace Live Bible study this week was titled “The Mystery of Believing,” and I will encourage you to carefully listen to this 30-minute teaching and understand everything in it! Believing is a human capacity that is critical in spiritual matters.
Romans 10:10 says we believe with the heart unto righteousness. In other words, when we believe we receive righteousness as a gift from God. Believing is receiving. When you believed the message about Christ, you received Him as you Lord and Savior. There is a mystery about this capacity to believe in us. Since salvation and everything that comes by it has to be given to us as a gift from God, faith or believing is the hand stretched out to receive it.
This mystery did not stop at the time of salvation. Believing receives not only righteousness but healing, prosperity, deliverance, blessings, etc. Please understand that God by giving us of His Spirit and His Word, has already given to us all things in life. Faith, true faith is a great obstacle before us today. When the Lord began to show me that I was claiming to have faith or believed more than what I had truly believed, my world changed. I think many of us might be making too many assumptions about our faith when we truly have not believed the Word. Pay attention to your heart and train it to believe the Word.
Do you think you might be assuming you have believed the Word when you truly have not? Believing, as I teaching the video below, is accepting as truth and relying upon it. Are you ready to start a journey with the Spirit to truly reveal what you believe?
APPLY THE WORD
I want you to make up your mind to increase your faith. Please carefully watch the teaching below. It is FREE! One of the greatest investments you will ever make will be to train your heart to believe the Word. Please take this seriously.
Ask the Spirit to start the journey of exposing the truths about what you have truly believed.