FAITH DISTINGUISHES BETWEEN FACT AND TRUTH (2) - ROMANS 4:17, 1 PETER 2:24

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When God wants to do anything, He completes it in the spirit realm before starting in the physical. In Romans 4:17, Abraham and Sarah were physically barren but God said He had made Abraham a father of many nations. This was the truth even though it was not yet a fact, perceivable to the human senses.

Grammatically speaking, God could have said “I will make you a father of many nations,” then it would seem as if the process was yet to start, but God said “I have made thee a father of many nations.” This was a spiritual truth but Abraham needed to start the process of manifesting this truth physically, by calling the things that be not (i.e. children) as though “they were.”

Faith in God is not denying the existing fact but changing the existing fact by confessing the truth of God’s word. You won’t apprehend your miracle by denying existing facts. If you are ill and you say “I am not sick” you are lying, but if you are sick and you believe God for your healing, you should say “By the stripes of Jesus I am healed.” The thing that be not is your healing and you start calling it as though it were because you were healed over two thousand years ago when Jesus Christ received the stripes and died on the cross for you. Keep confessing it, and your healing will replace the sickness in your body.

PRAYER:
Lord, I believe my victory more than my physical reality. By the stripes of Jesus I am healed in Jesus’ name. Amen

Bible in a year: Jeremiah 31:27-32:44, 1 Timothy 3:1-16, Psalm 88:1-18, Proverbs 25:20-22