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    Obedience Strategy: Truth of Faith – Part 2

    By Margaret D. Mitchell
    Week of November 8, 2020

    God's truth of faith is that His truth is certain to bring to pass that which He put in us to believe, as we trust and obey Him.

    We can count on this in regards to our personal lives and even in healing national woes (Pr 13:17).

    The true message of Godly ambassadors and kings is the message of Christ, the Anointed One, who brings new life, even on earth.

    And nothing is too big for Him.

    Jesus said in John 6:47 TPT, "I speak to you living truth: Unite your heart to me and believe—and you will experience eternal life!"

    Jesus also says in John 7:38 TPT, "Believe in me so that rivers of living water will burst out from within you, flowing from your innermost being, just like the Scripture says!"

    So, friends, do you believe in God's truth that says, "Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever" (He 13:8)?

    If you believe this, then you are ready to step into His best.

    Paul, as a faithful messenger, knew the power of God's truth to persuade us toward His best, which includes good works (Titus 1:1, 3:8).

    In Colossians 1:28 TPT he proclaims, "Christ is our message! We preach to awaken hearts and bring every person into the full understanding of truth. It has become my inspiration and passion in ministry to labor with a tireless intensity, with his power flowing through me, to present to every believer the revelation of being his perfect one in Jesus Christ."

    Paul could understand this message and do this mission, because he knew the Spirit of Truth, The Spirit of Faith.

    The Spirit of Christ, who is The Holy Spirit in us.

    Paul tells us in 2 Corinthians 4:13 TPT that "We have the same Spirit of faith that is described in the Scriptures when it says, "First I believed, then I spoke in faith..."

    We know that faith comes by hearing the living, powerful and spoken Word of God, which is God (Ro 10:17, Strong's #4487 – rhema; Jn 1:1).

    And we know that, when we apply this faith-believing by speaking God's truth, mountains move (Matt 17:20, Mk 11:23). 

    God's faithful ones can do mighty miracles by His Spirit.

    Jesus says so in John 14:12 TPT. He says, "I tell you this timeless truth: The person who follows me in faith, believing in me, will do the same mighty miracles that I do—even greater miracles than these because I go to be with my Father!"

    Jesus gives His power and authority to those who follow Him (The Spirit of Truth) in faith-believing.

    So, friends, do you believe in miracles?

    If so, it's time to take mountains. 

    What is it that you are believing for by faith?

    In your heart, what personal promises from God are so real to you that you know them to be true?

     
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