"Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them." (Mark 11:24).
The first step to receive whatever you need from God is to pray believing that you will receive what you are going to pray for, and then once you have prayed for it, keep believing that you have received what you have asked God. It is faith that you have received through that believing prayer that stays with you after your prayer have been done, then it is how you hold that faith will decide whether you will really receive what you have prayed for. If you continue to hold on your faith, you will have what you have prayed for (Mark 11:13-14, 20-21).
Once you have the faith of God, speak with faith against all the mountains of unbelief that the devil will bring against you to stop you from reaching what you have asked from God (Mark 11:23). God always without fail sends His angelic host of heaven to fulfill the command of faith that His children have spoken (2 Cor 4:13). Until it will be fulfilled in the natural, they keep working on behalf of the children of God who have continued to believe what they have spoken by faith. The moment a person fails to hold on to the faith that God has given to them, they fail to give permission to God's supernatural intervention to be fully fulfilled in the natural. Many miracles are aborted half way and before the set time of God, because many have failed to endure and hold on to God's promise until the end. God has His own appointed time for your miracle to be released in to the physical realm. So it is one thing to believe, but it is totally another thing to believe patiently until we have fully done the will of God to receive the promise of His reward each time in His appointed time (Heb 10:35-36). The key to the success of our prayer of faith is in how we endure till the reward for our faith arrives. Some times instantly the answer will come, other times it might take some time and still at some other instances it might take years for the fulfillment of His promise. But no matter what time the reward for our faith arrives, when we receive it from God we will be so blessed through it forever because God would have already got so pleased with our lives.
If you let you faith overcome by doubts, you will lose what you have prayed for (James 1:6). Faith is to believe what you have not seen, but the reward for your faith is to see what you have believed (Heb 11:6). When you cannot believe for what you need, it is not wrong to ask God to help your unbelief (Mk.9:24). God will surely do a miracle to restore your faith in Him and His mighty power. To acknowledge that we cannot believe for something in our own strength is not weakness, but a real humility which will bring great grace of God to release a mighty faith in to our life (James 4:2, 6).
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Sunday, September 2, 2012
Unflinching Faith That Always Gets The Reward!