Faith is the Language of Heaven

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We all have testimonies of different things we’ve gone through. There have been some tremendous tests! But as you probably know, tests come, basically, just to prove what you already know! In school, they didn’t just pop a test on you on the first day. They taught you first, and you learned things, and then a test was given. You … Read More

Faith’s Foundation

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Faith is like a house; it must be built on a strong foundation if it is going to stand tests and storms. Faith’s foundation is the Word of God. You cannot build a great faith life without it. The best part about this truth is that the Word of God will never fail. Its success rating stands at 100 percent. … Read More

Faith Sees the Answer

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In the previous lessons, we learned that faith is not something we have as much as it is something we do. We have seen that faith is not hoping we will see the answer in the future; faith is believing we have the answer now. The eyes of faith see the answer as having already happened. PROVERBS 4:20–22 20 My … Read More

3 Easy Ways to Grow in Your Faith

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• James 1:5–7    5 If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. 6 But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. 7 That person should not expect to receive anything … Read More

What’s the Big Deal About Faith?

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We see in the Book of Mark the story of Jesus cursing the fig tree. Jesus and His disciples were on their way to Jerusalem when Jesus cursed the fig tree because it didn’t have any fruit on it. The next day when they passed by the tree, Peter pointed out that it had withered and dried up from the … Read More

Possibility Faith – You Have It!

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In the 1920s, Joseph Baermann Strauss dreamed of constructing a bridge that would span the Golden Gate strait—the narrow, turbulent channel where the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay meet. His skeptical peers believed that such a bridge could never be built. They believed that engineering challenges and enormous building costs made this dream impossible to achieve. But this … Read More