Hindrances to Faith.

Faith never rises above its confession. If we confess weakness, failure and sickness, we destroy faith. When we boldly make our confession that our diseases were laid on Jesus and we hold fast to that confession, we bring God on the scene.

Sometimes lack of knowledge will hinder us from making a bold confession. We do not act on the Word beyond our knowledge. Faith grows with understanding of the word.

Lack of Understanding

Lack of Understanding of what the new creation means and what it actually is, hinders our faith life. Many of us do not know that we have Eternal Life. We think of ourselves as being saved from sin. Many of us are not God-inside-minded.

Lack of Understanding of our place in Christ and of Christ’s place in our lives, lack of understanding of righteousness, what it is and what it gives, holds a lot of us in bondage than anything else. When we know that we are the righteousness of God in Christ, we step out of the narrow place of failure and weakness in which we have lived, into the boundless fullness of God.

Lack of Understanding of our legal right to the use of the Name of Jesus holds us in boundage and gives us a sense of weakness. But when we know what the Name will do, we can defeat Satan and enjoy victory.

Many are failures because we lack understanding about acting on the Word.

We try to believe.

But all that is necessary is for us to act on what God says.

If we know that the Word is true, we act as though it were true and it becomes a reality in our lives.

Stay blessed and thanks for stopping by❤🤗

Abidemi Alabi

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Abidemi Alabi is a writer, quotes creator, content creator, poet and a blogger whose purpose is inspiring and motivating people.

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