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11. Faith Expresses Courage

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The more we do something we’re not comfortable to do, the easier it gets to do it. It’s much like the same principle we talked about concerning, the more we say something, the more we believe it. They’re both faith building. When I started jail ministry, I was so timid and nervous, especially when I […]

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10. Faith Stays Focused

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To compete in any sport, you’ve got to stay focused. Focused on the ball, focused on the finish line…. etc. Any time you lose focus mistakes follow. My sport is tennis, as I have shared in the previous posts. Often the opponent at the net will suddenly start moving all over or shuffling their feet […]

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9. Faith Speaks From The Heart

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“And since we have the same spirit of faith, according to what is written, “I believed and therefore I spoke,” we also believe and therefore speak,”  (2 Corinthians 4:13) Romans 10:8-10 “But what does it say? “The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart” (that is, the word of faith which we […]

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8. Faith Expresses Joy

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I love this illustration of faith expressing joy in Luke 24. It’s actually what got me started on this subject. …After Jesus had risen from the dead, He had appeared to the disciples at different times. One of the times He had entered the room where the disciples were hiding out, in fear of the […]

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7. Faith Expresses Peace

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Does the phrase, “I’m trying to believe!” sound familiar? I’ve said it myself, many times, until I realized that faith is not something we have to “try” to do. It’s a simple choice. And as we learn about faith’s expressions or characteristics, we will be able to recognize whether we’re really operating in faith or […]