DEALING WITH SYMPTOMS - ROMANS 4:16-17

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Bible in a year: 2 Chronicles 30:1-31:21, Romans 15:1-22, Psalm 25:1-15, Proverbs 20:13-15

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Today, we will start by looking at how to handle symptoms by faith so as to have the victory and obtain God’s result in your life. A symptom is an indication of the existence of something, especially of an undesirable situation. It is a physical or mental feature which is regarded as indicating a condition of disease, particularly such a feature that is apparent to the patient.

Below are four things you must master so as to deal scriptural and successfully with symptoms.

1.Assurance level

2.Evidence level

3.The passage of time

4.The attacks of the devil 

Assurance level: This is based on your knowledge, information and education on the things of God. You need these three when it comes to the subject of faith in the power of God. You must understand that God’s power is made available through salvation and the divine power given to men called by God. Don’t assume on God’s channels of power. You have to understand the rules that govern the channels of His power for them to work for you. You must be sure of your channel of faith. When you are dealing with something that your faith cannot handle; you need a mobile carrier of God’s power as your channel of faith. Your channel could be your pastor or a proven man of God. This is one of the reasons why God anoints men and gives gifts to men. The woman with the issue of blood came to this level of assurance of faith before she sought Jesus. She said, "If only I can touch the hem of his garment, I shall be made whole." This is a statement of assurance gotten from knowledge and accurate education of the person of Jesus. She understood that Jesus was her Channel of Power.

Prayer: Lord, I receive an understanding of your word, power and everything made available to me to obtain divine results and defeat negative physical evidence. I pray for the sensitivity to acknowledge every channel of divine move and power in my life in Jesus’ name. Amen.