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A Life-Changing Lesson On Faith From God

Proof of God: Following God to Miracles, Signs, and Wonders

According to The definition of a miracle is a highly improbable or extraordinary event

One day, I asked God, “What is faith?”

A few days later, I was sound asleep when I heard God say, “Any problem that you face can be solved by listening, believing, and following.” Then, he did a miracle and used it to teach me an incredible lesson on faith.

After God answered my question about faith, a few nights later, I was sound asleep when I had a crystal-clear vision of a person who had a mouth full of nuts and bolts. Next, I saw a vision of a pot of very healthy, beautiful, white flowers. Then, I heard God say that the vision was for someone my friend Karen knew, who needed healing.

I looked at the clock. It wasn’t even 6 am but I felt it was important enough to message Karen right away so I shot her a text explaining the vision and the message. After a few moments, she realized that the friend was her uncle, Joe, who had recently been diagnosed with oral cancer.

Karen then explained that her uncle decided not to have surgery because the doctor’s pre-surgery prognosis was not good. Without having the surgery, they gave Joe a year to live; with the surgery, he would have an additional 2 – 3 years but he wouldn’t be able to eat or talk. The bad report caused Joe to give up on life and refuse the surgery.

I knew that Joe was supposed to have surgery immediately so I advised Karen to tell her uncle to have it as soon as possible – which Karen did. As soon as we finished messaging, Karen immediately called her mother and explained everything.

Karen didn’t know it but her mother had just gotten together with Joe’s other brothers and sisters twelve hours earlier to pray to God about healing Joe. Less than twelve hours after their group prayer, God responded in crystal clarity and we were all blown away.

Immediately after Karen explained the details, Karen’s mother rushed Karen off the phone so that she could call and deliver the news to her brother, Joe. When Joe found out that his brothers and sisters received a direct answer from God, he believed the answer and followed the instructions by scheduling surgery the very next day.

Testimony… by Karen in Faith Village: Following God to Miracles, Signs, and Wonders.

My uncle was recently diagnosed with oral cancer. The doctor told my family that the cancer was aggressively spreading, and surgery was needed ASAP. The Doctors told my family that they would need to remove a bone from his jaw and his chances of talking and eating regular food were slim. The Doctors gave my uncle no hope for the future. My uncle immediately refused surgery and had pretty much given up on life.

I called my mother, and she wasted no time (As Mia instructed).

I am rejoicing and thankful to share that my uncle followed the instructions, and his surgery was a success. The Doctors were amazed because they did not have to remove the bone from his jaw and were successful in removing all cancer. In addition to that, my uncle called my aunt and talked to her for over 30 minutes two weeks after the surgery. God is so faithful!!!! We are so thankful to God for the healing miracle that took place in my uncle.

Mia, my family sends their love and gratitude for your prayers and obedience to God. Thank you so much!!!

Joe’s story is the perfect example of how following God’s instructions lead to a highly improbable event that brings ‘very welcome consequences’, aka a miracle. Joe heard from God (highly improbable) who instructed him to have surgery, thus answering his prayers, and resulting in very welcome consequences.



Whatever He says to do, do it.

Almost every Bible miracle exemplifies the ‘listen, believe, and follow’ ingredients of faith.

Whenever someone asked Jesus for a miracle, the first thing he usually did was issue an instruction for them to follow: ‘Stretch out your arm,’ ‘get up and walk,’ ‘fill the waterpots with water,’ and ‘go wash,’ are just a few examples that resulted in receiving the answer to prayer.

Mary Knew To Listen, Believe, and Follow

‘ ‘2 ‘On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; ‘and both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. ‘When the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus *said to Him, “They have no wine.” ‘4 ‘And Jesus *said to her, “Woman, what does that have to do with us? My hour has not yet come.” ‘5 ‘His mother *said to the servants, “Whatever He says to you, do it.” ‘6 ‘Now there were six stone waterpots set there for the Jewish custom of purification, containing twenty or thirty gallons each. ‘7Jesus *said to them, “Fill the waterpots with water.” So they filled them up to the brim. 8 ‘And He *said to them, “Draw some out now and take it to the headwaiter.” So they took it to him. ‘When the headwaiter tasted the water which had become wine, and did not know where it came from (but the servants who had drawn the water knew), the headwaiter *called the bridegroom,10 ‘and *said to him, “Every man serves the good wine first, and when the people have drunk freely, then he serves the poorer wine; but you have kept the good wine until now.” This beginning of His signs Jesus did in Cana of Galilee, and manifested His glory, and His disciples believed in Him.

When Mary asked Jesus to help make wine, she didn’t wait for him to agree. In fact, Jesus didn’t agree. On the contrary, he shut her down by saying, ‘My hour has not yet come.’ But Mary was undeterred and she ignored him by instructing the servants, and saying, “Whatever He says to you, do it.”

This interaction between Jesus and Mary reveals something important. It reveals that Mary was very familiar with the ‘listen, believe, and follow’ principles of faith. Mary knew that getting a miracle meant following the instructions that were certain to be forthcoming. Her understanding of faith came from knowing the history of Israel. Mary knew that Israel’s history is nothing short of one miraculous story after another, all of which resulted from listening to, believing, and following God’s instructions.

For example…..

Build a boat.

Speak to the rock.

Paint the door with blood.

Possess the land.

Walk around Jericho seven times.

Wash in the Jordan.

Touch the hem of his garment.

Fill the jugs with water.

Get up and walk.

Open your eyes.

Stretch forth your arm.

Throw your net to the other side.

Confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord.

This same principle of faith held true in the story of Karen’s uncle Joe. If he didn’t immediately follow and have the surgery, cancer would have spread and, eventually, it would have been too late to remove. When the doctors told him that it was already too advanced to remove, he had given up. But God knew differently! God’s intervention turned an ordinary surgery into a miracle of faith. Joe listened, believed, and followed, and the result was a very unlikely and welcome consequence that was even better than anyone had hoped.

Israel’s examples reveal that if we are willing to listen, believe, and follow, a good outcome is guaranteed. In Joe’s example, God told Joe what to do and He promised good results IF Joe followed. If Joe choose not to follow God’s instructions and instead chose to believe the doctor’s report, he would have declined surgery and died. But because he followed God, the ending turned out to be better than anyone ever expected. The doctors were amazed at the results and, now, Joe has a new lease on life.

If you were one of the Israelites who found themselves in front of the parted Red Sea, you would have two options: Follow God through the sea or face Pharaoh’s army. Many of us probably think how easy it would be to walk through the parted sea, but I think that more than one person thought, What if the sea closes before I get through? Those who escaped Egypt did so by following God through the terrifying walls of the parted sea. But what if they were too afraid to follow the cloud into the parted Sea? God provided an escape, but only those who followed Him through the parted waves prospered by it. The same principle still applies for God’s people today and the very true story of Karen’s uncle Joe is a great example. If Joe didn’t listen right then (before the cancer spread), he wouldn’t have a testimony. But he did, and the results speak for themselves.

Our walk of faith is based on using our free will to follow God’s lead. Walking with God in a world at spiritual war is not, and never will be, free of trials. When there is a crossroads, when we come to a place where the Sea is on one side and those trying to kill us on the other, the only way out is to follow God’s instructions. All men are appointed to die once, but if we follow God, we don’t have to die the first time death shows up on our doorstep looking for us.

Joe had to choose who to follow. Joe could have believed the doctor’s report and, by doing nothing, allowed their terrible prognosis to come true or he could choose to believe and follow God. By following God Joe was victorious. God directed him to get surgery right away, and his outcome is amazingly better than what the doctors predicted. He has his mouth, his health, and a future instead of a certain death sentence. The best part of the ordeal was that God was there with him through it all, offering comfort, direction, and amazing results along the way. The doctor’s grim report was put to naught by following God, and after more than two months on Death Row, God gave Joe his life back!

Abiding under God’s wing means following God so closely, like a little chicken following its mother, that we find ourselves in his shadow (which is the safest place to be.) Following God is the key to security, and knowing God is the key to comfort. When we know God and wisely follow Him, we don’t have to depend upon our limited abilities. Instead, we can safely depend on God’s knowledge and abilities.

Adam & Eve Didn’t Have Faith In God, They Had Faith In The Snake

Without faith (listening, believing, and following) it is impossible to please God.

God’s people are instructed to hear from Him through our hearts and our minds, and to follow the instructions. (Jeremiah 31) Adam and Eve were a huge disappointment because they heard from God but they did not have faith in God, they didn’t trust God, they didn’t believe God, and they didn’t follow God – and that didn’t please God.

Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You must not eat from any tree in the garden’?”

2 The woman said to the serpent, “We may eat fruit from the trees in the garden, 3 but God did say, ‘You must not eat fruit from the tree that is in the middle of the garden, and you must not touch it, or you will die.’”

4 “You will not certainly die,” the serpent said to the woman. 5 “For God knows that when you eat from it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”

6 When the woman saw that the fruit of the tree was good for food and pleasing to the eye, and also desirable for gaining wisdom, she took some and ate it. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her, and he ate it. 7 Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they realized they were naked; so they sewed fig leaves together and made coverings for themselves.

8 Then the man and his wife heard the sound of the Lord God as he was walking in the garden in the cool of the day, and they hid from the Lord God among the trees of the garden. 9 But the Lord God called to the man, “Where are you?”

10 He answered, “I heard you in the garden, and I was afraid because I was naked; so I hid.”

11 And he said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree that I commanded you not to eat from?”

12 The man said, “The woman you put here with me—she gave me some fruit from the tree, and I ate it.”

God couldn’t have made it any easier for Adam and Eve to demonstrate their faith in Him. To continue in fellowship with God, each day Adam and Eve had to choose to follow Him by continuing to follow one simple instruction. God told them not to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil; and if they did eat from that tree, He promised that they would surely die.

Unfortunately, Adam and Eve were human (like the rest of us are at one time or another), and instead of believing and following God, Adam and Eve believed and followed the snake. As a result, they were evicted from the garden and lost their right standing with God – and, for all intents and purposes, they were dead to Him. They fell because they had faith in and followed the snake.

But! Immediately after their fall, God came up with the perfect solution: Believe that God raised Jesus from the dead and confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord.

God’s solution to the failure of Adam and Eve is absolutely poetic in its perfection. Adam and Eve failed to believe God and to follow one simple instruction, so God gave the entire world the chance to get it right. Through faith in Jesus’s sacrifice, by doing what Adam and Eve failed to do, by believing and following one simple instruction, we are each individually restored to intimate fellowship with God (Jeremiah 31). The perfect solution to Adam and Eve’s failure to follow one simple instruction is to give every person the same opportunity to demonstrate their faith in God by giving them the same opportunity to believe and follow one simple instruction from God.

SALVATION & RIGHTEOUSNESS COME THROUGH … listening, believing, and following… aka faith.

If you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. For with your heart you believe and are justified, and with your mouth you confess and are saved.”

Demons believe, and tremble! But they refuse to follow God by confessing that Jesus is Lord. Righteousness and salvation are perfect examples of why believing is not enough. Not only do we have to believe that Jesus’s sacrifice paid for our sins, we also have to follow the instruction to confess that He is our Lord. Without believing AND following, we cannot be saved.

Faith Is Trusting And Following God’s Plan, NOT Our Own

So Jesus replied, “Truly, truly, I tell you, the Son can do nothing by Himself, unless He sees the Father doing it.” John 5:19 Instead, it is the Father dwelling in Me, performing His works. John 14:10

We can do nothing of ourselves. God’s will has to be taken into account before we can truly “have faith” in anything. Jesus said that he could do nothing on his own because the Father was in him doing the works. When Jesus cursed the fig tree, it was because the Father showed him to do it. Jesus only did what he saw the Father saying or doing. The same is true for all of God’s people. Jesus is our example. Whatever he did, we can do. He said that his people would do greater works because he was leaving but we would still be here full of the same Spirit that worked through him. So, before we “have faith” or speak to the mountain, we must know God’s will because our faith is not faith in our own words or plans, faith is not a magical power that makes things happen if we believe hard enough, faith is believing and trusting God’s instructions, promises, and plans.

And sometimes, even when it is God’s will, if it hasn’t happened yet it is because it’s not God’s timing.


Free will means we have the ability to make bad choices and with those choices come consequences.

There is a way that seems right to a person, but its end is the way to death. Proverbs 14

One day, I had a dream that someone drove out into a storm and it ended with a car crash. In that dream, God told me that the crash was the result of bad choices.

When Gideon was directed by God to send all but 300 men home on the way to battle, in the natural scheme of things, the odds were stacked against him. But he absolutely was directed by God so Israel defeated the enemy because God was leading the charge.

The opposite of faith is not hearing from God, not listening, and not following. Sometimes bad things happen because of misplaced faith. Misplaced faith can mean disaster. We can’t make bad choices and call it faith by saying, ‘I have faith. God will protect me.’ This kind of faith is not Biblical. There is no Biblical example of a person making bad choices and it turns out well. The only time that it’s okay to do things with the odds stacked against us is when it’s specifically directed by God.

Abraham Is Also A Great Example of Bad Choices Leading to Terrible Consequences

People always talk about how Abraham is the father of faith. But, many people also talk about how boneheaded it was of him to take Sarah’s maid to wife.

Genesis 16:1-3
Now Sarai, Abram’s wife had borne him no children, and she had an Egyptian maid whose name was Hagar. So Sarai said to Abram, “Now behold, the Lord has prevented me from bearing children. Please go in to my maid; perhaps I will obtain children through her.” And Abram listened to the voice of Sarai. After Abram had lived ten years in the land of Canaan, Abram’s wife Sarai took Hagar the Egyptian, her maid, and gave her to her husband Abram as his wife.

When we haven’t been led by God to do something questionable, and simply believe that everything will turn out okay because we have “faith”, it can have disastrous consequences because that’s not faith.

Oftentimes we hear of people planning to do questionable things, like driving through a bad storm or a hurricane with full confidence that it will turn out okay because they “have faith”. But faith is not faith unless we are following God’s instructions. If God said to drive through a hurricane, then faith will save us – but, if we have not had any instructions from God to do something dangerous (like driving into a hurricane), wisdom says no.

Abraham taking Hagar as a wife is a good example of how bad decisions cannot be joined with “faith” to guarantee a happy ending. While taking Hagar to wife technically worked, Abraham did conceive a child, it was not God’s plan nor was Ishmael the “child of promise”. On the contrary, Abraham failed; and Ishmael and Hagar paid the price for that failure. Abraham’s choice to take matters into his own hands meant that Ishmael, the young man who was his heir and prince for close to 15 years, was suddenly discarded into the desert along with his mother. This was not God’s plan nor was it faith.

Making our own plans and/or making bad choices is not faith. We can only have faith in what God has instructed. Trying to help God bring His promises to pass is not faith and God doesn’t need any help. If God didn’t say it, we can’t have faith in it because faith is doing whatever God says to do and trusting that doing so will bring about the outcome that God promises.

Following God’s Instructions Means Good Times

Many of the Old Testament laws were meant to keep God’s people safe. For example, God instructed them to throw out their pots and pans if a lizard or rodent touched them; people were not allowed to eat pork because it was unclean; and, when a person showed signs of sickness they were quarantined from the rest of the clan. These are just a few of the laws in the Old Covenant that were put into place to keep God’s people safe and, today, it’s easy to understand why.

These days, we know that lizards carry salmonella and rodents carry disease (one of the worst plagues in history was the result of a flea from a rat), undercooked pork poses the threat of Trichinellosis, and quarantining can help to end the spread of contagious disease. So, following God’s laws kept His people safe. God didn’t explain why people had to do these things, He just expected His people to follow, and by following God’s instructions His people were protected. The same is still true today. If we don’t know what to do in any given situation, until God says something different, faith is following what God already said by referring to the examples in the Bible. When people are sick, faith would be to avoid them unless God directed us otherwise.

We can’t stop with simply believing, we have to follow as well.

He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.” Surely He shall deliver you from the snare of the fowler And from the perilous pestilence. (Psalm 91)

Each and every issue that we face can be solved by listening, believing, and following.

Would Noah have survived if he didn’t build the boat but instead said, I have faith?? No. He followed God and following God saved him. The same can be said for Egypt. If God said to store grain for the coming famine but instead Egypt did nothing and said, “I have faith.” Would they have been saved? Not likely.

Abiding under the shadow of God’s wings is an illustration that gives us a mental picture of following Him so closely that we find ourselves in His shadow. When we follow God’s instructions we will be protected. When God says to avoid sick people in the Old Covenant, it’s wisdom. If we know that a strong storm is forecast to bring flooding, and God didn’t specifically instruct us to venture out, we would use wisdom and know not to drive in the storm. When we follow God and the wisdom that He has provided, nothing can harm us.

The Bible says there is a way that seems right to a man that ends in death. Many people caught COVID because they ignored social distancing and gathered in large numbers packing churches full at the height of the pandemic because they “had faith” that God would protect them. As a result, many died because of a serious misunderstanding of faith.

God doesn’t want His people to die. Instead, He wants us to follow Him. If we don’t have explicit instructions we are to use examples of instructions that He has already provided to guide us in making sound decisions.

His instructions in the Old Testament are a great example of what to do in situations where God has not specifically instructed us one way or the other. If we read prior instructions, we would know to avoid people who were sick and/or places where sick people congregate. The same goes true for every other situation in life. We shouldn’t drive out into a dangerous storm unless we know God well enough to know that He is definitely instructing us to go.

Something Told Me To Stop On At Green Light

Doing questionable things is never a good idea unless we’ve been directed by God. By the same token, doing things that are usually safe is also a bad idea when God directs us otherwise.

One day, my father was on the way home from work when he said, “Something told me to stop at a green light.”

So, he stopped. Then, right about the time that he would have been going through the intersection, a car came flying through the red light at a speed of at least 60 mph. If my dad had not stopped at a green light, the other car would have t-boned him and he would probably not have survived.

Prior to this, I had never heard my dad say “something told me” to do anything. But, glory to God, he heard it so clearly that he stopped, and following the instructions that came from inside of him saved my dad’s life.

This same situation has happened to my dad several times since then! And each time, he stops. My dad abides under the wing of the Almighty by following God’s instructions every time.

God Doesn’t Always Stop The Storm, Sometimes He Prepares Us to Go Through the Storm

The story of Joseph and the Pharaoh is an excellent example of faith. It also illustrates that even though storms may come, when we follow God He leads us to a comfortable shelter in plenty of time. Instead of taking the storm away, God leads His people out of the way.

As the Bible illustrates, the majority of the time, instead of stopping the storm God miraculously leads his people out of the way.

In the story of Joseph and the Pharaoh in chapter 41 of Genesis, God sent a dream to Pharaoh. When God sent the dream, Joseph was in the perfect place to interpret the dream and he told Pharaoh that God gave him the interpretation and the instructions were to stock up on food for the next seven years because a terrible, seven-year famine was going to follow seven years of abundance. Pharaoh chose to follow God’s instructions and, in doing so, he saved all of Egypt.

The Jewish Passover is another example of faith. God sent the angel of death to take the firstborn in every house within the Egyptian Empire. But He instructed His people to paint their doorways with lamb’s blood so that when the angel of death came through, he would see the doors painted with blood and pass over them without taking the life of anyone inside. Any house without the blood of the lamb painted on the posts woke up to find their firstborn dead.

Every single person in the land of Egypt faced the same problem that night. The angel of death would not discriminate against Jews or Egyptians, the blood of the lamb was the only factor that made any difference. The blood would save everyone who applied it to their homes.

So what we see at work is that God’s people had the same problem as everyone else in the Egyptian empire, but following God meant a different outcome. The same is true today.

The Bible is full of examples of people who heard from God and followed His instructions. Those examples are for us to follow. We should expect to hear from God exactly like they did because He promised that He would speak to each and every one of us.

Examples of the New Testament Definition of Faith

The New Testament defines faith by the following Old Testament examples. These examples were given so that we could see and understand what true faith is without doctrinal confusion.

7 By faith Noah, when warned about things not yet seen, in holy fear built an ark to save his family. By his faith he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness that is in keeping with faith.

8 By faith, when called to go to a place he would later receive as his inheritance, followed and went, even though he did not know where he was going. 9 By faith he made his home in the promised land like a stranger in a foreign country; he lived in tents, as did Isaac and Jacob, who were heirs with him of the same promise. 10 For he was looking forward to the city with foundations, whose architect and builder is God.

11 And by faith even Sarah, who was past childbearing age, was enabled to bear children because she considered him faithful who had made the promise. 12 And so from this one man, and he as good as dead, came descendants as numerous as the stars in the sky and as countless as the stars

20 By faith Isaac blessed Jacob and Esau in regard to their future.

21 By faith Jacob, when he was dying, blessed each of Joseph’s sons, and worshiped as he leaned on the top of his staff.

22 By faith Joseph, when his end was near, spoke about the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt and gave instructions concerning the burial of his bones.

23 By faith Moses’ parents hid him for three months after he was born, because they saw he was no ordinary child, and they were not afraid of the king’s edict.

24 By faith Moses, when he had grown up, refused to be known as the son of Pharaoh’s daughter. 25 He chose to be mistreated along with the people of God rather than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin. 26 He regarded disgrace for the sake of Christ as of greater value than the treasures of Egypt, because he was looking ahead to his reward. 27 By faith he left Egypt, not fearing the king’s anger; he persevered because he saw him who is invisible.

28 By faith he kept the Passover and the application of blood, so that the destroyer of the firstborn would not touch the firstborn of Israel.

29 By faith the people passed through the Red Sea as on dry land; but when the Egyptians tried to do so, they were drowned.

30 By faith the walls of Jericho fell, after the army had marched around them for seven days.

31 By faith the prostitute Rahab, because she welcomed the spies, was not killed with those who were disobedient.

32 And what more shall I say? I do not have time to tell about Gideon, Barak, Samson and Jephthah, about David and Samuel and the prophets, 33 who through faith conquered kingdoms, administered justice, and gained what was promised; who shut the mouths of lions, 34 quenched the fury of the flames, and escaped the edge of the sword; whose weakness was turned to strength; and who became powerful in battle and routed foreign armies. 35 Women received back their dead, raised to life again.

These Old Testament examples reveal that faith has always been the theme of God’s people and they make it clear that faith is following God. They show us that faith is ‘works.’ They show us that faith is seeking God’s help and then following His instructions to the answers to our problems.

Faith is …..

conquering kingdoms

receiving promises

overcoming flames

seeing the dead raised

becoming powerful

overcoming enemies

and following God to victory.

Faith Without Works Is Dead, It Produces Nothing

14 What good is it, my brothers, if someone claims to have faith, but has no deeds? Can such faith save him?

17 So too, faith by itself, if it does not result in action, is dead.

  • If the Israelites didn’t follow God through the Red Sea, they would not have been saved.
  • If the Israelites did not walk around Jerico seven times, the walls would not have fallen.
  • If Abraham did not follow God he would not be the father of God’s people.
  • If Noah didn’t build an ark, everyone would have died.
  • If the Israelites didn’t paint their doorposts with blood death would have struck their household just like it did the Egyptians.

The New Testament examples are the same:

  • If the man didn’t get up and walk he would still be crippled.
  • If the woman didn’t touch the hem, she would still be bleeding.
  • If the man didn’t stretch out his arm, it would still be limp.
  • If we don’t believe AND CONFESS we will still be dead in our sins.

And the examples go on and on because the key to the miraculous lives of the Patriarchs is hearing from God and following His instructions. From the Old Testament to the New, the Bible examples make it clear that true faith is hearing from God and trusting Him by listening, believing, and following.

But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him. Hebrews 11:6

What is it that God’s putting in your heart to do to possess your promised land?

The list in Hebrews is a list of the things that the leaders of faith DID, things that were evidence of their faith because faith without works is dead.

But someone will say, “You have faith, and I have works.” Show me your faith without your works, and I will show you my faith by my works.

…..because faith produces actions.

Faith is following. WHATEVER HE TELLS YOU TO DO, DO IT!

*Faith will make a lady touch the hem of his coat for healing.

*Faith will cause you to walk around a wall seven times, no matter how silly you feel.

*Faith will make you leave your country for a land you do not know.

*Faith will make you tie a sign out your window because YOU KNOW THEIR GOD IS GONNA WIN this war.

*Faith is giving a better sacrifice because you know that your well-being does not depend on a good harvest but a GREAT GOD!

We cannot please God without faith. Faith means following. What is He speaking to your heart? What is he telling you to do unlock your answer? Is it touching a hem, hanging out a scarf, walking around a wall, or going to that healing meeting?

What do you need?

Whatever it is: Seek God. Ask for help and expect to hear from Him. Then, listen, believe, and follow. When you do you will find yourself walking in all the promises of God.