FOCUS ON THE TRUTH

FOCUS ON THE TRUTH Wednesday, 26 August 2015

“And being not weak in faith, he considered not his own body now dead, when he was about an hundred years old, neither yet the deadness of Sara’s womb:” Romans 4:19 (KJV)

The scripture says that Abraham was not weak in faith. How? He ignored situations and circumstances around him. If you begin to consider the circumstances and situations around you, you will be knocked out. The bible says “…being not weak in faith, He considered not his own body which is now dead nor the deadness of Sarah’s womb. If you must be strong in faith, you must learn to ignore circumstances and situations around you. You must learn according to the word of God, to look not at the things that are seen but at the things that are not seen. The things that are seen are subject to change.

We all know how not to consider people, how to ignore people we are not on talking terms with. When the person is around you, you know the exact way to act to avoid the person. The bible is saying here in the same way, ignore whatever the devil is showing to you now. Pretend as if it does not exist. The fact is not the truth and the fact will always give way to the truth because nothing stands in the way of the truth. Child of God, cling on to the truth irrespective of the contrary evidence. That is how not to be weak in faith.

The flesh was there, telling him the obvious facts but the truth was settled in his heart. He decided not to give attention to the fact but to focus on the truth. The fever symptoms was there, the mess was around him but He decided not to think about it. It was all around him but he refused to magnify the circumstance not even the deadness of Sarah’s womb” nor the doctor’s report. Beloved, if you can develop this kind of faith, you will discover that God is a master at turning difficult situation around. I see God turn every difficult situation around for you in Jesus Name. I command every obstacle removed, and all embarrassing situations come to an end in your life. I command the light of God in you to begin to shine today in Jesus name.

Further reading: Genesis 15:5; 17:15-17 Daily Bible reading: Morning-Psalms 119:89-176, Evening-1 Corinthians 8

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