Empowering with the faith of God

Empowering with the faith of God

For Apostle Paul, faith was manifested in the knowledge of God. He released the knowledge of God for centuries on through his faith. He revealed the truth of God in such a way that we will have enough until the coming of Christ. Because he revealed to us the whole will of God for our salvation.

Paul’s faith also spread to save the Gentiles and plant churches among them. He said that he was a preacher, an Apostle and teacher of the Gentiles. That is, he, as Saul, received faith the size of a mustard seed. And he began to grow it, to believe. It’s powerful to believe! There is nothing more powerful than to believe. And Paul developed his faith so that it moved mountains, made the Gentiles obedient, islands were saved, and the disciples did things that surpassed Paul.

His faith has increased so much that he says, “I labored more abundantly than they all.” How do you say that? Where is the humility? – Yes, he labored more abundantly.

What kind of faith does the man have? What kind of faith is this?! I tell you: this is the faith of God! His righteousness – Paul’s one – endures forever. That’s how Paul believed.

I want to ask: “What kind of faith do you believe with?” Perhaps it “smells bad”? Come on, wake up! I didn’t come to preach a sermon – I came to release faith.

Apostle Paul had the faith of God. He was the man who obtained it. It grew incredibly inside him. Before going into bonds, he gathered all the bishops, he saw all the faces, and said: “I commend you to God’s grace, brothers, which can instruct you more than I have revealed to you today.”

I still need to learn, Paul can serve like a distant star. But I understand where I must go. He says: “I preached to you with tears day and night.” His faith grew into a huge tree. He could commend to the grace.

And Paul says: “… but what does the Scripture say?” These are the martial arts of the Spirit – remember these words!

“But what does Scripture say? The word is near you, in your mouth and in your heart, that is, the word of faith which we preach” (Romans 10:8).

Brothers! Preach the word of faith! Don’t make it clever. We all need the word of faith. We will all be healed here.

“That if you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved, for with the heart one believes into righteousness, and with the mouth confession is made into salvation” (Romans 10:9-10).

This is serious. This is not just repeating things.

With your mouth! Confess! Confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord, that He is  Lord indeed! This is your Lord! And believe with your heart! This word – I caught this here: “Tell them to believe in their hearts that God raised Him from the dead – and you will be saved.”

One believes with the heart into righteousness, and confesses with the mouth unto salvation.

For the Scripture says that “whoever believes in Him will not be put to shame.” Brothers and sisters, one who believes will not be put to shame!

You will not be put to shame! You’re still a work in progress. But you will not be ashamed. This is what God promised. That’s what the Scripture says. I don’t care what history says.

Here are four things about faith.

First, we preach the word of faith. I draw my faith from here.

Secondly, you must believe with your heart, not your head. You need to believe above logic, above feelings. Feel your heart – is it in faith?

You also need to believe into righteousness. If you believe, you enter into righteousness. You become a believer. Just think of what faith can do – what incredible miracles! I challenge you: enter into these miracles.

And the fourth thing is that one who believes will not be put to shame.

If you believe and go through all things, you will not remain in shame. This is my life. We will not be ashamed at the end of our lives! What does the Scripture say? That is exactly what it says! One means me!

“Now in the morning, as they passed by, they saw the fig tree dried up from the roots. And Peter, remembering, said to Him, “Rabbi, look! The fig tree which You cursed has withered away.” So Jesus answered and said to them, “Have faith in God. For assuredly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, ‘Be removed and be cast into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says. Therefore I say to you, whatever things you ask when you pray, believe that you receive them, and you will have them.” (Mark 11:20-24).

In the morning – it can happen suddenly, unexpectedly. Peter said to Jesus: “Look, it’s dried up!” That is: “Look, it works.” I imagine the face of Jesus.

Jesus answered: “Have faith in God!”

It’s not about the fig tree, it’s not even about the planet, it’s about everything – about you, about me, about God. Have faith in God! Jesus showed that He had this faith of God – He did it, and it was done. Here’s how it works. And we can do this, we can “dry fig trees.”

This is what Scripture says: “but whoever believes”! About the mountain – what will come true according to his words, not according to his thoughts, “ he will have whatever he says”! This is such a “core of heavy, pressurized uranium” – that our entire earth cannot accommodate this, and faith has access to it.

Where is my faith? Where is this faith in my womb? I search for it in my spiritual man.

Once I saw water flow from my womb, like a spring, like a waterfall, which expanded into infinity. It started out small, but then went on into eternity. I became glad and rejoiced, jumped and shouted, because I knew that now there was a source within me. And I didn’t bury this source, I feel that it is alive.

Why should I have little faith? Why should I believe a little bit? Why should I make distinction between what I will believe and what I won’t. I will believe in everything. I’ll simply believe. I won’t test with logic. Simply believe! “Don’t be afraid, just believe!” It’s above your mind, above your feelings.

Believe. Believe and believe! I want to give you this blessing today. Let it fall on us, let it cover us. And we will drink, we will inhale, we will accept it. And we will do the works of God by this faith.

I remember how this groaning came upon me – groaning about how the Acts of the Apostles “didn’t work.” I knew theologically, but couldn’t get established in faith, that the Acts were “working” now. I simply didn’t believe it. And I went into groanings. I cried out, and moaned: “Lord, where are the miracles?!” Are You really the same You were before? And how about me – will you take me into your lot? Can I count on You to be able to use me as an Apostle?”

I was young, I just believed, and I cried so much, sobbed and then went up the hill, and suddenly everything became glassy, as if there were no people around. I’ve had this experience several times: it’s as if everything were glassy and there were no people, and usually Satan shows up right there. I know that this happens before the glory of God comes. Perhaps this is a moment of kairos, I don’t know. You move as if under water, no breeze, no movement, like a frozen film, but you move in it… And suddenly a corpse is in front of me! A man lies, white as death, his eyes wide open. And a voice seemed to be inside: “Well, what now? Did you ask questions? Common!” I got it all, that if I step back now, it will be like flying down, but then you won’t get out. This is a test.

I walked up and said inside: “Okay!” But like a copper plate stuck in your throat, as if Satan was strangling you, and you couldn’t make a sound! Such pressure! And I rushed with all my might and began to yell, scream, there was a scream and a groan – I commanded death to get away, I drove death away. And he began to cough, turned pink, a huge man. I sat him on the bench at the bus stop where he was lying. And my whole inside was screaming: “Have the faith of God, have the faith of God!”

All the Acts work! It’s all true. Everything that is said here – you’ve got to take it all!

Whoever is here, you can take it by faith. Just please don’t lie. But as a child of God, come up and take it with a pure heart. Like the wind in a field, it breathes and blows. You have to believe and do it!

Speak to the mountains! Here Jesus gives instructions. “…and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that those things he says will be done, he will have whatever he says.” Words must be said! And believe that it will come true not even according to His words, but according to yours!

And it comes true! Those involved in my life know that it comes true. I can simply say it, but it comes true. Today – go, stand up and ask. And believe that it will come true! Believe the Bible! That’s what Jesus said.

“When Jesus had entered Capernaum, a centurion came to Him pleading with Him, saying: “Lord, My servant is lying at home paralyzed dreadfully tormented.” Jesus said to him, “I will come and heal him.” The centurion answered and said: “Lord! I am not worthy that You should come under my roof. But only speak a word, and my servant will be healed. For I also am a man under authority, having soldiers under me. And I say to this one: go, and he goes; and to another: come, and he comes; and to my servant: Do this, and he does it.” When Jesus heard this He marveled and said to those who followed: “Assuredly I say to you, I have not found such great faith. Not even in Israel. And I say to you that many will come from east and west and lie down with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven; but the sons of the kingdom will be cast out into outer darkness: there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.” And Jesus said to the centurion: “Go your way, and as you have believed, so let it be done for you. And his servant was healed that very hour” (Matthew 8:5-13).

As you have believed, so let it be done for you! The servant recovered at that same hour. Passed the test!

 Now check your faith, maybe it’s no longer God’s?

Let’s take the faith of God. We will drink, inhale and get filled with it. Do not doubt. Don’t doubt it. It’s a stench. Absolutely with all your heart – receive the faith.