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Strong Faith: How You Can Have It

STRONG FAITH - How You Can Have It - The Bible gives us several characteristics of “strong faith.” The good news is you can have strong faith by doing what it says. Some would think it’s very difficult, or too hard, or unattainable, but it’s not! God’s grace, God’s Spirit, and God’s Word have been given to you that you might walk in strong faith. Find out more! If we are going to continue in grace as the Lord desires, we must continue in the Word of His grace. We will want to read it prayerfully day by day. We will want to study it regularly for increased understanding. We will want to meditate upon it often for growing implications and applications. Above all, we will want to be in the Word consistently that we might get to know the Christ of the Word. In knowing Him more, His mighty grace will properly impact our lives. (Day By Day By Grace)

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If Anyone Thirst...

IF ANYONE THIRST… Thirst. One of the most acute of all desires. Everyone of us have it –physically and spiritually. Unfortunately, while many are quick to recognize physical thirst, they are sadly slow about recognizing spiritual thirst. However, it is a key in walking in a fulfilled, God-oriented life and in having an out-flow of the Holy Spirit! Are you thirsty? Find out more this Sunday… “The popular gospel of this day is the laughing-stock of Hell; it dare neither damn the sinner, nor sanctify the saint.” – Catherine Booth

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Healing Grace (Healing Faith)

Healing Grace- We must understand that salvation from sin and eternal death, as well as divine healing, wholeness and deliverance, are not a result of our religious performance, efforts, or attempts to earn them. We receive them solely by grace through faith. Grace is the unmerited, undeserved, unearned favor of God toward man manifested primarily through the person and the finished work of Jesus Christ apart from any merit or works of man. Faith is acting on the promises and receiving what God has freely given. Find out more! “Most religions require specific duties that must be performed to make a person acceptable to a god. Christianity is unique in that no good deed that we do will make us right with God. No amount of human achievement or personal goodness will close the gap between God's moral perfection and our imperfect daily performance. Good deeds are important, but they will not earn us eternal life (or healing). We are saved only by trusting in what God has done for us.” (Life Application Study Bible) “The promise depends on faith so that it can be experienced as a grace gift.” (Rom 5:2;4:16, TPT)

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Mastering Negative Thoughts, Feelings and Emotions

Mastering Negative Thoughts, Feelings, & Emotions – We cannot allow our faith to be defined by our feelings! The enemy wants to play off our feelings, emotions, thoughts, to weaken us spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. He wants to reduce our strength so we will faint in the day of adversity. What are these negative thoughts, feelings, and emotions? Can they be mastered? If so, how? Find out! For to be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace! (Rom. 8:6) You will keep him in perfect peace (shalom shalom!), whose mind is stayed on You, because he trusts in You. (Isa. 26:3)

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Gaining Control Over Your Thoughts, Feelings & Emotions

Gaining Control Over Your Thoughts, Feelings, & Emotions – The enemy wants to reduce your strength so you will faint in the day of adversity and he can “steal, kill and destroy” and get you off track of your destiny and what God has for you. He will especially attack your feelings, thoughts, and emotions. You must learn to take them captive by focusing on what God has said and what He has done. The victory is in Jesus’ finished work. You can control your thoughts and master your emotions for the glory of God. Find out more! It is true that we live in the world, but we do not fight from worldly motives. The weapons we use in our fight are not the world's weapons but God's powerful weapons, which we use to destroy strongholds. We destroy false arguments; we pull down every proud obstacle that is raised against the knowledge of God; we take every thought captive and make it obey Christ. (2 Cor. 10:3-5, GNB)

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