The Prayer Faith


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THE PRAYER
OF FAITH

And Jesus answering said unto them,
Have faith in God. For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto
this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not
doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he said shall
come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he said (Mark 11:22-23)

The prayer
of faith is one of the different kinds of prayer and it has it peculiar rules
and requirements. This prayer involves making a request to God and speaking to
circumstances without having any doubt in your heart. When Jesus said here,
“Have faith in God” (Mark 11:22), some marginal references show us that it
actually reads “Have the faith of God”. In other words, Jesus said, “Have the
God-kind of faith; the supernatural faith that God applies.”

The word
“believe” in the opening scripture is a verb formed from two Anglo-Saxon words.
The first part means, “to accept that something is or exists”, and the second
part means, “to act like it is.” Bringing them together gives the meaning “to
accept that something is or exists and to act like it”, thus making the word
“believe” an action word that bring about possession. The “believer” therefore
is “a possessor”, not one living only in the realm of hope.

Mark 11:23
says “Whosoever shall say unto this mountain…….” This means anything is
possible by your declaration of faith. As you issue commands in faith without
doubting, you can have whatsoever you say, praise God! The prayer of faith is
prayed about things that concern you or are under your authority.

In the prayer
of faith, there must be a specific desire, a faith utterance, a definite belief
in your heart that gives no place for doubt, and the assurance that what you
say must surely come to pass. Pray this prayer often and watch your life take
an upward and irreversible turn.

CONFESSION

Dear Heavenly Father, I thank You for
Your Word and its ability to produce for me what it talks about. Today, I speak
forth Your Word with faith in my spirit. As I speak and believe that those
things I say will come to pass, I will have whatsoever I say, in Jesus Christ
Mighty Name I pray! Amen!

 

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May Our God The
Almighty prosper Nigeria and Israel and defend us from all our enemies in Jesus
Christ Name, Amen!

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  11. Hi.

    Can you pls show me some dictionary proof, of greek language, or Strongs Concordance proof of this quote of yours

    “believe” in the opening scripture is a verb formed from two Anglo-Saxon words. The first part means, “to accept that something is or exists”, and the second part means, “to act like it is.” Bringing them together gives the meaning “to accept that something is or exists and to act like it”, thus making the word “believe” an action word that bring about possession. The “believer” therefore is “a possessor”, not one living only in the realm of hope.

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