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Faith activates the supernatural

Jesus said to her, “Did I not say to you, if you believe, you will see the glory of God?” (Jn. 11:40 NAS)

God has divinely ordained faith as a bridge between the natural and the supernatural worlds. It is the light switch in any spiritual activity that turns on the light of the supernatural.

Jesus asked Martha the question above “”Did I not say to you, if you believe, you will see the glory of God?” He is certainly still asking us all the same question today. It takes faith to see God’s glory manifest. When God’s power is on display, His glory will be revealed. It is the degree of faith in your prayers that determine the level of glory you will see. Turn on the faith switch in your life today!

MEDITATE

Where are you looking to see God’s glory manifest in your life? Have you believed?

PRAY

Praise the Lord for the mystery of faith.  Ask the Spirit to help you mature in your faith walk.

APPLY THE WORD TODAY!

The beauty about faith is that we can train our hearts in the Word to believe God, and walk in faith. It does not matter how little your faith seems to be at this moment, you can build it up by the Word of God. And it is very simple, if you will be willing to DO what God says. Faith comes by the Word. Start feeding and learning to act on your faith on a daily basis. Whenever you make yourself act in faith, your faith gets stronger and more mature. Faith is not an answer to prayer. It is a deposit from the Word!

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