We Walk By Faith Not By Sight: Miracle

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God told Abraham to get up and look beyond the horizon,
because he was going to receive as far as his eyes could see. The man who was
healed of blindness at Bethsaida made a very striking statement before his
sight was completely restored. He said he saw men as trees, walking (Mark

What you see is dependent on how you see what you see. You
could say, “My money is reducing fast,” or “I still have some money.” You could
also say, “My brother is sick” or “My brother is recovering”.

Jesus instructed the blind man to look up, and placed His
hands on his eyes again and he was restored, totally healed. You might be
praying earnestly for something without getting results. It’s time to look up
and say, “I will lift up my eyes to the
hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the LORD, which made
heaven and earth”
(Psalm 121:1-2).

If you believe your help comes from heaven, begin to see it,
say it, and act it. Stop celebrating the problem. That will only serve to
magnify it. Rather, say, “it is settled. I am walking by faith and not by
sight”. When you look above the problem, you activate faith in God. In that
atmosphere of faith, you’ll get a miracle. Speak what He says, and not what you
see. Then He will be in charge, and He will perform it.


I do not look at
visible things that are temporal, but I keep my eyes on Jesus, the Author and
Perfecter of my faith. I walk by faith and not by sight.