Monday, April 17, 2017

Faith VS Fear

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Will you have the audacity to take God at His Word? 

Hebrews 11:1 (KJV)

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.

Did you know that you've got to have faith in order to have fear?  Sounds crazy, I know. But, it actually takes just as much energy to doubt and live in fear as it does to live in faith. In fact, fear, doubt and unbelief is your faith power working in the negative position!

Friend, faith produces substance. It produces evidence. God's Words says so.

In the same way that faith produces substance, fear, doubt and unbelief produce substance - or the lack thereof. 

So why spend another minute meditating on the wrong thing? Why allow your mental and emotional energy to create something undesired? 

As we meditate on God's Word - and what He says about us, for us, through us and to us - we re-program our minds to live in the faith zone. And, the faith zone is the place where the desires of your heart become a reality (Psalm 37:4).

God has good plans for you! He wants to see you live out your days going from glory to glory in all areas: spiritually, physically and mentally. 

But... His protocol for achieving this "land of milk and honey" requires faith. Positive faith. Faith in His Word. Faith in His good pleasure. Faith in who He made you to be. Faith in your abilities as a Child of the King. 

So, don't spend another minute in fear (negative faith). Read your Bible. Pray. Encourage yourself (David did this). Practice casting down thoughts of negativity. Practice replacing fearful thoughts with faith filled thoughts of the Great "I Am." 

Just do it! Take God at His Word. Be brave. Be courageous. Be bold. Be radical.

Shut out the nay-sayers. Close the door to the devil. Demolish wrong thoughts. 

And, watch God transform your every area of existence as He creates substance that gives evidence of your thought life!

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