Pure Faith without a doubt, is what causes our mountains to move when we speak to them. 2 Corinthians 13:5 begins by saying 'Examine and test and evaluate your own selves to see whether you are holding to your faith and showing the proper fruits of it'.
Continuing the topic of faith, we speak on trusting by faith with what we do not see for it to become visible, instead of making conclusions and accepting things based on what we see, smell, taste, hear etc. However, we believe the Holy Spirit led us to speak on an unrelated topic first. Proverbs 3:7-8 explains how our body receives health when we turn entirely away from evil, and, instead, reverently worship and fear the Lord.
In this week's program we begin to look at removing doubt, unbelief and fear out of our faith prayers and projects. For example, if we do not read a verse in conjunction with verses before and after it, we may not get the whole truth, that the blessing that's promised might be conditional on something we have to do. Not knowing this can cause us not to be effective in our faith.
When we come to know the Lord more, and we see His heart for His creation, we can be more effective ministers of the Gospel. That is because our faith, our trust will contain no doubt, unbelief or fear when we are believing for something.
It's a lot easier to trust in someone once you get to know them. Trusting in the Lord allows our Faith to be used more effectively, simply because once you know the Lord's nature and character, you realize there is no reason to doubt what He has promised us.
From the moment of receiving Jesus as your Lord, you became a new creation, a new creature altogether (2 Corinthians 5:17 AMPC).