See With the Eye of Faith

Rhema TeamSeptember 2019 WOF, WOF Current IssueLeave a Comment

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Have you ever sat quietly meditating on the Word of God? You may not realize it, but when you do that, you are using your imagination. Whenever you dream in line with God’s Word, you will begin to see your circumstances and your future through the eye of faith.

For example, if you are facing financial trouble or lack, the eye of faith causes you to see yourself prosperous and having plenty. Why? Because thinking according to the Word, even when your pockets are empty, causes you to see a pocketful! In other words, you are trusting and believing God to take care of the situation and meet your need.

Or if you are facing sickness, you will see yourself well, whole, and healthy regardless of the doctor’s report. I encourage you to look at your circumstances according to the promises in the Bible. Scripture says that by the stripes of Jesus you were healed (1 Peter 2:24). You are correctly using your God-given ability to imagine by looking at sickness through the lens of the Word.

Meditating on God’s Word causes you to see situations as they really are according to scripture, not just the way they appear in the natural. Envision your life the way it is supposed to be—the way God intends it to be!

The Bible never said, “Don’t imagine.” It simply tells you to cast down imaginations that exalt themselves against the knowledge of God (2 Cor. 10:5).

This issue of The Word of Faith is a great place to start exercising your God-given creative imagination and meditate on the truths found in the Word. The “knowledge of God” says, “You’re healed” (Isa. 53:5). As you read my article on page 4, imagine yourself healed and cast down every thought otherwise!

The “knowledge of God” says, “All your needs are supplied by God’s riches in glory by Christ Jesus” (Phil. 4:19). As you read every article, take time to use the scriptures shared and meditate on God meeting that need in your life—start daydreaming with the Holy Spirit!



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Kenneth W. Hagin

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