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Tuesday, January 03, 2017

Believing God

Believing God simply means to accept

the Word of God. 


If we accept the Word of God, we are also accepting

the power within it. When we
accept the Word of God, He is able
to accomplish all the humanly impossible
things in us.

God told Moses to lead the people
of Israel out from Egypt. He said,
"I will send you to Pharaoh to lead
my people, the children of Israel, out
from Egypt." Moses was very frustrated
upon hearing these words.

"Pharaoh, the king of Egypt, has a
huge army. How could I deliver the
people of Israel? This makes no sense!"
But God said, "I will send you to
lead them," and it was accomplished
because within those words was all the
power needed to accomplish them.

It seems that the rain simply falls
from the sky, flows into the rivers,
then to the oceans, and then back
up to the sky. However, this is not
only what happens.

When a seed is
sown, the water from the rain makes
it sprout, bloom flowers, bear fruits,
and provides food to the sower of
that seed. Likewise, each word that
proceeds from the mouth of God
does not return in vain, but accomplishes
what God has spoken.

However, people do not believe
this. They believe their thoughts and
their own power more than the
Word of God.

 Rather than hoping
that the Word of God would enter
to accomplish everything, people
have the thought of doing it themselves.
That is why problems arise in
spiritual life.

Although people have the Word
of God in front of them, with their
shallow minds, they think, "Will this
go well? I don't think it will go well.

How could this be, even if it is the
Word of God?"

We have to throw
such thoughts away. It seems that
the Word of God does not fit my
thoughts and that it will not work,
but the Bible tells us that there is
nothing the Word of God cannot do.
Read the Bible, everyone.

As you
read each verse, believe that all the
words of the 66 books of the Bible
are the words of God.

It is true that
man recorded the Bible, but because
it was recorded by men who received
inspiration from God, all 66
books of the Bible are the words of

These words may seem impossible,
not because they are impossible
in reality, but because Satan led our
hearts to the opposite side from the
Word of God.

Satan makes it seem
unlikely that the Word will be accomplished
to keep us from accepting
the Word of God.

People who are crumbled down
do not see the Word with their own
judgment. They simply accept the
Word of God exactly as it is.

They do
not see whether or not the Word is
possible, but they believe that the
Word will be accomplished because
it is the Word of God.

 From then on,
the Word of God begins to work inside
that person.

All the people of faith lived experiencing
the power of the Word
through believing the Word.

Isaiah chapter 55 says this:

For as the rain cometh down, and
the snow from heaven, and returneth
not thither, but watereth the
earth, and maketh it bring forth and
bud, that it may give seed to the
sower and bread to the eater, So
shall my word be that goeth forth
out of my mouth: it shall not return
unto me void, but it shall accomplish
that which I please, and it shall prosper
in the thing whereto I sent it.

This means that all of God's
words that proceed from His lips
have the power to accomplish the
words spoken.

What has God said to you?

What has God said about you?

Do you listen to your own thoughts about you?
Or do you listen to what God says about you?

Who has power in their words?
By His Word the worlds were created.

Colossians 1:16
 For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:

Psalm 148:5
Let them praise the name of the LORD: for he commanded, and they were created.

Revelation 4:11

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