“Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.”
We’ve been taught that you can have what you say. We can speak the things that be not as though they are (Romans 4:17) and bring them into physical manifestation.
That is all well and good, but many times I have been speaking things without actually seeing them first. That statement may sound confusing, so let me explain.
Before going out and using your faith, speaking out things. You need to see them. Imagine them. Hold them in your mind, experience them in your imagination. Here is a good example.
Let’s look at healing… you have to see yourself healthy, whole, without the disease or condition. If you have a wart on your big toe, you need to see your big toe without the wart. Imagine what it would look like, what it would feel like.
THEN you go for it, use your faith.
That is hope… you earnestly expect your faith to manifest this thing, speaking it into manifestation in Jesus’ name.
See yourself driving that car, see yourself living in that house, see yourself promoted, see yourself whole and living in divine health, see yourself in healthy relationships.
Reach for the stars. The Creator of the universe is before us longing to give us the desire of our hearts according to His will. The only limit is what we place on ourselves, the Father wants us to be living heaven on earth. That is why Jesus died and rose again, so that the Blessing of Abraham might come upon you and me.
It’s my privilege to receive the Blessing, and my duty to honour His sacrifice, and use the Blessing for the expansion of His Kingdom.