Faith for the Things of God

So faith comes from hearing, and hearing by the word of Christ.


Romans 10:17 | NASB

Faith has always intrigued me.
It’s both a gift of the Spirit and a fruit of the Spirit.
Without it, we cannot please God. With it, we can move mountains.
It comes from hearing the good news of the gospel, and the testimony of the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior. 

        Faith is in direct proportion with the                  heart of God.

The most interesting aspect of faith to me is that, in most ways, it’s immeasurable. We’re each given a measure, but that measure is limitless. 

        Within every believer, there’s a limited .             amount of limitless faith. 



In other words, we cannot ascertain or wrap our minds around what faith can do through us. There’s great and mighty things waiting for us in that place of faith. All we have to do is hear. But hear what? The direct voice of the Holy Spirit. 


Ask yourself this: 

  • What do I have faith for? 
  • What will faith do through me today? 
  • How limitless will my faith be this week? Next week? Next month? A year from now? 

Please God by moving the mountain.

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