Faith Works (Part Two)

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  • David Cutler
    May 27, 2015 12:08 pm

    I have grown up with this type of faith teaching where faith becomes some kind of abstract and that we need a continual filling like a container of water with holes in it. One that you can never fill up.
    This is something that is so very hard to apply to our lives.
    I will never understand why so many people have such a hard time figuring it out.
    OK. Faith has substance. It’s not abstract. It’s not a feeling. Simply, faith is personally knowing the will of Yah (God). This comes by hearing Yah speaking to you.
    Yeshua (Jesus) died to remove the sin that separates us from the Father. Now we have the ability to access the will of the Father for our lives in everything we do just like Yeshua. So if we have a situation that we don’t know what to do, we can ask the Father for His will, that’s Faith. To do what we think the Father wants, that’s hope. Or, to have the Father give you a life changing revelation without a request from you, revealing a purpose for your life, that’s faith that requires works.
    Here’s a biblical example; Yeshua ask His disciples who they thought He was. Peter said; “you are the Christ”. Yeshua told him “flesh and blood has not revealed this to you but my Father who is in heaven”. This revelation knowledge it “faith”. Paul called it, “the measure of faith”.


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