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Matt Hagee - Watch Sunday Sermon: Desperate Enough to Believe. Desperation comes in many forms. Don’t condemn someone else for how they react. The woman with the issue of blood was known by her condition, and desperate for a change. What was her response? In faith, she reached out and touched the hem of his garment.

Charles Stanley (November-21-2022) Daily Devotional: Know What You Believe.

The Bible is our protection against deception.

2 Timothy 1:12-14 - For this reason I also suffer these things, but I am not ashamed; for I know whom I have believed and I am convinced that He is able to guard what I have entrusted to Him until that day.

Retain the standard of sound words which you have heard from me, in the faith and love which are in Christ Jesus.

Guard, through the Holy Spirit who dwells in us, the treasure which has been entrusted to you.

Kenneth Copeland - Watch Sermon: Believe You Receive Your Healing.

Believe you receive your healing! Watch /Believer’s Voice of Victory/ as Kenneth Copeland encourages you to get into a place of agreement with the Bible. Learn to stand firm—to tell your mind what to think and your mouth what to say according to God’s WORD—so you can be made whole!

Joyce Meyer (September-18-2022) Daily Devotional: Decide to Believe

Too often people stare at me with a blank look when I urge them to decide to believe. It’s as if I’m asking them to do something they can’t do. Faith comes from hearing the Word of God (see Romans 10:17), but it also involves a decision.

We enter into a relationship with God through believing in Jesus Christ, but that’s only the beginning.

Believing doesn’t end there. As I understand the realm of the Spirit, if we follow the Lord, we live with a growing faith. That means we learn to believe for bigger things. We learn to trust God for things we would never have thought of in our earliest Christian days.

When we become Christians, the Bible says we are adopted into the family of God: …but you have received the Spirit of adoption [the Spirit producing sonship] in…which we cry, Abba (Father)! Father! (Romans 8:15b).

That’s the beginning. That’s also where too many Christians stop. The Spirit keeps reaching for your hands so He can pull you forward. That’s when you must decide to believe—or you resist and stay exactly where you are in your Christian experience.

Read the verse at the top of this page. It says your faith will be tested, but you must hold onto it and move forward. The testing may come when the devil attempts to make you doubt the promises God has given you.

There is never a stopping place in your spiritual growth—God wants to take you onward. But you have to make the choice to believe. Sometimes that takes courage, but that’s how the Christian life functions. We grow by taking steps of faith.

When God speaks to your heart—to your inner being—you need to learn to say without hesitation, “Let it be so, Lord.” You have to learn to agree with whatever the Spirit of God says or wants.

Instead, many tend to resist. They don’t say no. Satan is too subtle to nudge them to do that. He puts questions in their minds, urging them to ask, “How can that be?” They start asking God to help them understand. If your boss wants you to do a task, you can ask for an explanation.

But that is not how the Holy Spirit works. You say, “Lord, if You’ll help me understand, I will believe and obey.” God says, “Just obey. If I want you to understand, I’ll make it clear to you.” God doesn’t have to explain anything to us.

It frequently happens that believers know something down deep in their hearts—in their inner beings—but their minds fight against it. They may consider themselves unworthy. They may ask, “Who am I that You would use me to change lives?” They waste a lot of energy by telling God why they can’t do what He wants them to do. God already knows everything that is wrong with us or ever will be wrong with us, and He is willing to work through us anyway. God requires availability not ability.

God asks you to do something quite simple: Believe. That’s all. If God speaks, you need to learn to say, “Even though I don’t understand, I’ll do it.” One of the best examples I can think of in Scripture is the story of Ananias of Damascus. God told him that Saul (later called Paul) was blind and in a particular house. He was to go and lay hands on him, and God would heal him (see Acts 9:10–19).

Ananias was afraid. Saul was the great persecutor of Christians, but God told him to go because the blinded man was a chosen vessel. Despite his fear and inability to understand why God would choose a great persecutor to be a chosen vessel, Ananias went and prayed for Saul, and the future apostle was healed.

That’s how God wants us to behave. He wants us to choose to believe Him even if what He’s asking us to do doesn’t compute in our thoughts.

Prayer of the Day: Holy Spirit of God, help me always to believe Your promises, even when I don’t understand Your purpose. I want to learn to trust You more, as I move forward in faith to accomplish what You have for me to do. Help me always to be obedient, in Jesus’ name I pray, amen.

Joel Osteen - Watch Sunday Sermon: Receive When You Believe. Prayer becomes more powerful and effective when we receive by faith what we are believing for. Quit playing in your mind those negative thoughts, stir up your faith and declare God’s promises over your life. Healing, promotion and blessing are already set for you!

Kenneth Copeland - Watch Sermon: When You Pray, Believe!. God’s promises always come with instruction! Watch Kenneth Copeland on /Believer’s Voice of Victory/ as he shares how the precious prayer in Mark 11 reveals the key to answered prayer. You will receive when you pray, believe and obey!

Joyce Meyer (December-22-2022) Daily Devotional: Know What You Believe

Opinions are very interesting because we all have different ones. You are entitled to your opinion, but that does not mean you should always give it to others, especially when your opinion is not necessarily grounded in truth, but in what you believe or want to believe.

Most of the time people don't want our opinions, and even if they do ask for it, they hope we agree with them. Wisdom knows when to keep quiet and when to talk. Although we should be wise about how freely we give our opinion, we should resist letting popular opinion become ours just because it is popular. Know what you believe and why you believe it!

Our youngest son, Dan, said one day to his father and me, "I don't know if I believe what I believe because I believe it or because you believe it." As a child growing up in a Christian home, it is easy to sort of be grafted into the faith. What Dan was going through was not only normal but healthy. I don't want my children to merely have my faith; I want them to have their own.

Prayer Starter: Lord, I want to be aggressive with my faith and to have confidence that I truly know why I believe what I believe. Make me a student of Your Word and one who can show others the way, amen.

Joyce Meyer - Watch Sermon: Don't Believe These Lies - Part 1. God loves you unconditionally and He's always on your side. Learn what to do when your enemy, Satan, tries to keep you from believing these truths.

Kenneth Copeland - Watch Sermon: BLESSED Are You Who Believe. When you believe, you are BLESSED! Watch /Believer’s Voice of Victory/ as Kenneth and Gloria Copeland discuss the power of believing at Christmas and always. You’ll discover many examples throughout the Bible how believing opens the door to great BLESSINGS. Learn why it was said of Mary about the conception of Jesus, “BLESSED is she that believed” (Luke 1:45).

Steven Furtick - Watch Sermon: Challenging What You Believe

Have you been believing the enemy’s lies?

In “Challenging What You Believe,” we are challenged to stop imagining worst-case scenarios and start seeing God’s plans for our future.

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There are many preachers in modern Christianity who have achieved recognized success in the preaching work.

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